Around each holiday, elementary schools start to resemble factories where little hands churn out seasonal fridge decor with nothing but construction paper, glitter, macaroni and some non-toxic paste.
And while the kids toil away making cards for Valentine's Day, they're usually encouraged to write (to the best of their abilities) some sweet message on the inside. "Roses are red, violets are blue" -- you know, the usual stuff.
Take this sweet message below for example. This little boy or girl went with the classic, "You're lucky to be alive" message in a Valentine to his or her parents. It's vaguely threatening with a hint of paranoia -- perfect for Valentine's Day, don't you think? And totally not creepy at all.
Via The Uniblog