Famous in pop culture as the cards with the old timey drawing and snappy witticism, it is nothing but the best in original humor. Send pre-made cards or create your own by choosing the drawing, adding text and changing the background color before sending. This site is perfect for anyone who speaks sarcasm fluently.
Having been around since the invention of the internet, Blue Mountain has been an ever constant present of high quality, funny cards that are suitable for an anniversary, valentine or any other occasion. Their cards are customizable and suited for every occasion.
Though still providing you with simple cards of cute messages coupled with even cuter images, JibJab is unique for it’s “cast” cards. Upload photos of the recipient’s face and then the website does the rest of the work, attaching the heads to people in a rap video or, even better, a ladies’ night and then transforming it into pure animated hilarity.
Similar to Someecards, this site employs images from the 50’s and other stock footage to offset some rather crude humor. Their most popular cards are just text with some “rotten” language on a plain background. If the card is good enough, you can even set it as a mobile background for future laughs.
One of the meccas of physical cards, American Greetings continues to push the envelope with their selection of virtual cards. Some cards are songs that are customizable and feature everything from pirate dogs drinking on a boat to bald eagles in toupees.
This site breaks down the unspoken rule that ecard sites must be, well, cards. Instead,they defy convention by only using videos as a way to share messages with workplace coworkers that spam your message box with videos. The best (in our opinion) is a happy card of a bowl of bunnies munching on some food.
No to be outdone by American Greetings, Hallmark employs video messages that can be as simple as an animated comic to celebrate a birthday or as complex as a spliced film. No matter the occasion, their cards are sure to put a smile on your face.
As old as Blue Mountain, 123greetings has dropped conventional cards in favor of happy video songs. While their selection is vast and all encompassing, the best part is just how many different animals they use to sing birthday songs. If you do send one, make sure the recipient knows to turn their phone down as a mobile rendition of the already poor quality sound would garner a lot of unwanted attention.
As all flash-based animations, this ecard site is great for those wanting to send cards in the fashion of internet users in the early 90’s. Complete with a dancing, singing baby and smiling, toothed pig, the age of the site is funny all on its own and is sure to be a hit at the workplace.
This is the site with the absolute largest selection of topics for funny cards. They are unlike any other in that most of them are interactive and require the user to perform a simple click task, be it dropping one ton on an annoying bird or accepting a dog’s hershey kiss that will leave you unsure of whether to smile or barf.