eInsults.com Launches Creative New Holiday Products For Consumers To Express Themselves To Bad Bosses, Break-Ups, Bullies, Bad Holiday Gifts and More

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Popular website aims to make the world a better place by encouraging users to express themselves by calling out bad people, bosses, ex’s, and other meanies.

eInsults.com, the “anti-greeting” card website, celebrates the art of insulting those we loathe by encouraging users to vent and release frustrations. The website allows users to send anonymous insulting cards via mail. With over hundreds of cards to choose from, the company’s creative messages are blunt, edgy, and apply to any and every horrible person or situation; from break-ups, cheaters, bullies, ex's, backstabbing friends, terrible neighbors, miserable bosses, co-workers, corrupt politicians, or just disturbing humans.

Additionally, the site prides itself on satirical and comedic holiday and birthday cards that are both bold and entertainingly funny.

The platform does serve an overall purpose – to let loose and let go, relieving oneself of any harbored bad thoughts, hatred and ill will through a harmless and comedic medium.

“The premise of the entire site is if you have something to say, say it, but say it anonymously so you don’t get fired and avoid negative altercations,” said Bert Morris, President and Founder of eInsults.com.

“The anonymity of the site allows users to say anything to anyone while remaining civil in real life.”

This holiday season the site is launching a new collection of insults perfect for consumers to insult in-laws, neighbors, mother, co-worker, sibling, and best friends. Besides the witty and insulting cards, the key to the service is in allowing users to remain anonymous while saying things they otherwise might keep to themselves. With eInsults.com, show holiday cheer by anonymously sending a note and exactly how you feel. Individual products range from $1.99 to $2.99.

Visit eInsults.com today, and gain back some self-confidence by calling out the most deplorable humans on planet Earth.

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