Do you have that friend who has always been by your side? Through all the terrible style choices and the even worse relationships, they're still there. Possibly with an amusing quip or light-hearted joke thrown in your direction for good measure.
In a time where amusing greetings cards are all the rage, Cath Tate is taking the lead with this wonderful collection of some of her wittiest, grittiest and rebellious cards. Friends Are Cheaper Than Therapy consists of an array of old-fashioned and, only what can be described as, odd photographs, accompanied by a tagline that may or may not be relevant to the actions being carried out in each.
One of note would be 'Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend... Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.' Accompanied by the image of a rather dapper 1920s gentleman enjoying some time out on a park bench. A more heart-warming example would be a photograph of two fuller-figured ladies wearing questionable outfits, with the caption 'Life's too short to be thin'.
A great read for anyone who doesn't like to take life too seriously, each page will unveil a surprising image and quote that's bound to make the reader chuckle. Designed to lift the spirit and remind you of why friendships are so important.
You'll probably be surprised by how many you can relate to!
Dimensions: H17 x W12.5 x D1.8cm