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Love Ya Like Homer Simpson Loves...
fleetinggreeting.comThe text on the free valentine from FleetingGreeting can be edited to include the fried food of your choosing or, you know, something slightly more romantic.
hipstercards.comThis vintage-inspired love note from Hipster Cards offers a thoroughly modern message -- in 140 characters or less, of course.
moma.orgSteam up your special someone’s computer screen with this e-card, courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, which features a still image from Andy Warhol’s 1964 silent film "Kiss." (The movie features random couples making out for 3½ minutes each, in case you’re looking for a good Netflix download.)
You + Questionable Emoticon = Love
someecards.comNothing says "Happy Valentine’s Day" like a text full of cheeky emoji characters, as this message from Someecards wisely points out. Seriously, enough with the rooster icon. We get it.
Sealed with a Kiss
postmark.comPostmark lets you pick the envelope color, liner pattern and even the stamp design for this sweet e-correspondence. Plus, you can upload photos and text to personalize it even more.
punchbowl.comFor that special hipster in your life, send this customizable valentine featuring a hirsute heart and no irony from Punch Bowl. (FYI: Membership costs $19 a year for an endless supply of e-cards).
"Is That a Banana in Your Pocket…?"
hipstercards.comThe naughty '70s vibe of this suggestive greeting from Hipster Cards sure beats an awkwardly worded sext. We can almost hear "bow chicka wow wow" playing in our heads.
moma.orgLouise Bourgeois' "I Love You" print on musical notation paper from the Museum of Modern Art's e-card collection says it all beautifully.
Incite jealous rage among your followers with the soft glow of that Rise filter. But Someecards knows you're not fooling anyone.
Short and Sweet
This simple hashtag message from Postmark gets to the heart of the matter.