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These anti-Valentine’s Day cards help bring out the hilariously inappropriate side of life

I’d Bibbidi Bobbidi Bang You.

Happy V-Day, betches.

Enough of that romantic crap already. If you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day but want to skip on the sentimental messages and, let’s be honest, sometimes borderline-creepy greetings, why not treat your other half to a Valentine’s Day card with a twist.

Artist, illustrator and designer, Phaedra Peer has used her bad-ass sense of humour and tongue-in-cheek designs to create something we’d quite happily give (or receive) this V-Day.

As the owner of fashion brand Creep Like Me, Peer uses her humour to create vividly wild and fun designs and has worked with the likes of Cara Delevigne, Lottie Moss, Jaime Winstone.

Disney fans will enjoy Toy Story’s Woody asking ‘Do You Want a Friend In You?’ or have Sleeping Beauty’s very-own Fairy Godmother suggestively mention how she’d ‘Bibbidi Bobbidi Bang You’. Oh my.

(Photo credit: Phaedra Peer)

Alternatively, we can think of a fair few people who would be worthy of receiving a card saying ‘It’s a joke, not a dick – don’t take it so hard’. Better yet, go for Apu from The Simpson’s on his alternative take on love.

Chances are that you’re leaving your romantic plans til the very last minute, so you’ll appreciate that all cards can be ordered right up until the 13th. Aren’t you lucky. Cards are priced at £3.99 including postage, and you can go get yourself some from Thortful right here.

Check out some of Phaedra’s designs below. Just a heads up, it gets a little NSFW.

(Photo credit: Phaedra Peer)
(Photo credit: Phaedra Peer)
(Photo credit: Phaedra Peer)
(Photo credit: Phaedra Peer)
(Photo credit: Phaedra Peer)
(Photo credit: Phaedra Peer)
(Photo credit: Phaedra Peer)

Get your anti-Valentine’s cards right here.

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