This is fun! Ask "Would you like to see a picture of my pride and joy?"- and show them this photo! Very corny, and very funny- you'll be amazed at the reaction that this gets! People will be expecting to see a photo of your car, your boat, etc.!
Use it as a giveaway at your next show, or use it as an icebreaker at a party or business meeting. Best of all, use it as your business card- they won't throw this away!
And this card is printed on heavyweight glossy cardstock, like the most expensive business cards. No cheap version here!! Accept no substitutes!
Legendary comedian Henny Youngman created this card in the early 1900s. He was a printer by trade, and used this clever card as his own business card. People enjoyed the humor so much that it launched his long and successful career.
Great card to carry in your pocket. Full color photo on glossy heavyweight card stock. Baseball card size (about 2.5 x 3.5 inches).
Card only. No instructions.Card is printed in color on glossy heavy cardstock. Baseball card size (about 2.5 x 3.5 inches).
Use this card as your business card, just like comedian Henny Youngman did. Use a rubber stamp (order through any office supply store) to print your contact information on the back of the card. When you show someone the card, they'll want to keep it. And they will show the card to other people, giving you even more publicity. Just what you want form the perfect business card!
Legendary comedian Henny Youngman was the comic genius behind these cards.Early in his career, he owned a small print shop in New York City and began printing humorous cards to use as promotional giveaways. His "Pride and Joy" card and "Kids" card were the most memorable, and he used both as business cards throughout his long career.He was not the first to do so, however. His friend Milton Berle had seen the powerful marketing potential of funny cards, and was the first to give such cards away to his fans after his show. As Henny Youngman's career took off, he began to use the cards that so well matched his brand of humor, printing his actual address and phone number on the back so he could be easily booked for a show. He used the cards right up until his death at age 91 in 1998.The products shown on the card are (were) popular consumer products found in many homes, and were therefore very familiar to anyone looking at the card. PRIDE was a liquid wax product made by the S.C. Johnson Company, which today makes products like GLADE, PLEDGE, RAID, SCRUBBING BUBBLES, SHOUT and WINDEX. JOY is a brand of liquid dishwashing detergent, still sold by Procter and Gamble.
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