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The funniest Anti-Valentines Day cards

February 14th is fast approaching and if you're already sick of all the schmaltz in the shops, we've got just the ticket.

It seems the anti-romantic movement is just as big as the Hallmark Holiday itself, with dozens of greeting card creators opting for words that will either win over particularly unsoppy couples or warm the cockles of any lonely hearts.

So let all sickly sweet pictures of grinning teddy bears and single red roses be washed away, as we bring you a selection of the best, bitter-sweet Anti-Valentine's Day cards you'll actually want to post this year.

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