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Worst birthday card ever

OK, Hallmark UK. You've got some creative birthday card writers over there. You probably have some rules, too. Stuff like, don't mention breasts on cards for 13-year-old girls. And don't imply that big breasts will get you diamonds from rich boyfriends.

But a British Twitter user found a Hallmark UK greeting card with all that and more, and snapped a picture for the world to see. The card says the following:

"You're 13 today! If you had a rich boyfriend, he'd give you diamonds and rubies. Well, maybe next year you will -- when you've bigger boobies!"

What were you thinking, Hallmark? To be fair, this was not the company's fault. In a statement, the company said the card was printed more than 15 years ago by another company, Creative Publishing, that was later acquired by Hallmark UK. "We are as surprised and horrified as anyone else to have discovered that there are still copies in circulation," Hallmark said.

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