I very often view greeting cards ("Hallmark Cards") very much like emoji's, or the infamous "Like" button; they're a way of saying something, or acknowledging someone, without having to actually converse with them:
Wife: What would you like for supper tonight?
Wife: That's not helpful. What about pizza?
Seriously, who hasn't had a discussion like that? Press vote if you have. 😃
Of course, maybe such methods of easy communication should be more widespread. Need to resign from your job? Send a Hallmark card: Wishing you all the best... without me. My last day is Junuarith Someteenth. Need to get a divorce? The same card holds true.
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