Surprise Dad with a Free, Fun New eCard from My Fun Cards

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So now you can send Dad that fart eCard even faster than ever before

My Fun Cards, a free eCard website, today unveiled its new Father’s Day card selection. Included are a belching monster in the closet, a baseball theme for daughters, tips for new dads, and special messages from wives expressing their love and appreciation for today’s husbands juggling work and family life.

“We have created an exclusive collection of eCards for fathers, from clever quips to heartfelt expressions,” said My Fun Cards spokesperson, Mike Primiani. “And of course, we also have a healthy dose of the ever-popular flatulence cards.”

My Fun Cards offers over 1,000 free electronic greetings, all of which can be sent using either email or an instant messenger such as AIM, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger or Google Talk.

“So now you can send Dad that fart eCard even faster than ever before,” added Primiani. “We’re doing fathers a real service here.”

My Fun Cards also offers its users the option of registering for a free account and importing their address book from a number of popular email services. This bypasses the need to re-type an email address each time an eCard is sent.

My Fun Cards is part of the free MyWebSearch browser toolbar, and is easily accessible from an IM window or web browser. The toolbar also provides users with other popular free products including Smiley Central, Cursor Mania and Popular Screensavers.

About My Fun Cards

My Fun Cards is a free eCards website launched in February 2005, which continues to attract increasing numbers of people looking for free eCards for every major holiday and occasion. Visitors may select from hundreds of eCards, including birthday, thank you, humor, everyday, love and other greetings. My Fun Cards is a web property of IAC Search & Media, a wholly-owned business of IAC/InterActiveCorp.

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