Ten Funny Things to Write in the Never Ending Birthday Card

Now that I am a greeting card person (I never thought I would be) it has become my goal to help people give the best prank card ever. Part of this challenge is to continue to push the envelope, pun intended, and try to maximize everything from sound level and battery life. Hint, they counter each other. 

But at the same time it isn't always about the music. It is the subtle text and manufacturing build that does matter. Our text "Forever..." inside the card is probably missed by a few people however I have received a lot of responses that this joke worked perfectly...after the card plays for 5-15 minutes it finally hits them. Haha. 

Maybe you want to beef up the joke a bit more. Let me attempt to help with some additional text that you may want to use or not. Now I did write another blog post similar to this where I shared Jokes here. This will be different. Let's begin!


Ten Ideas to write in the never ending birthday card!

  1. This should take care of all future birthdays. See you in ten years. 

  2. Because you missed my birthday that one time...

  3. For all the times I missed your birthday

  4. You know what is better than receiving a gift? Giving a gift. 

  5. It has been said, it is better to give than receive. I think I agree. 

  6. You ever get that feeling of Deja Vu? 

  7. I've heard that holding your breath during the whole birthday song is impossible...can you?

  8. Scientists and doctors agree, hearing the birthday song raises endorphin levels. 

  9. I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you...I love you, okay. that's enough. 

  10.  I don't know what to say...just press play already. 

Comment below with any new ideas!

Thanks Enjoy! 

Travis W. Peterson

co-founder of www.jokergreeting.com 



Written by Travis Peterson


You were right. She IS evil. Too late now. Sorry.

John on Aug 02, 2016

Mailed my aunt her birthday card out, I wrote on the left the usual birthday message and right over by the button i put"(my childs name) says Happy birthday!" tricking her into thinking it was a recordable card and there was a 5 year year old about to say something sweet. I then convinced her I must have left it on the “stock” setting and to open it up and flip the switch to the recorded one.

David Rouleau on Jul 26, 2016

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