Yesterday I shopped at two local Hallmark stores near me to (try) to buy two specialty shirts and socks they sell. Unfortunately I was out of luck on the shirts but wandering around the store I spied these "That's All" mugs and loved this one so much I almost (ALMOST) bought it;
"You are the luckiest guy in the world. I would love to be married to me."
I took a picture of it on my phone and sent it to the luckiest guy in the world; the one that is married to me.
He loved it. Said I should buy it for him.
I didn't. But I'm tempted. Oh, so tempted.
But wait, it got better than just being a funny mug.
I noticed the blue ribbon on the label; a portion of the proceeds of sales of these mugs are donated to the fight against ovarian cancer.
The mug I liked the best was the one I snapped a photo of; (That's All Mug - Luckiest Guy) but they had a bunch to choose from.
- That's All Ceramic mug - 16 oz.
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
- Approx 4.5" tall
Curing Ovarian Cancer While Laughing-Out-Loud. "That's All" donates 2.5% of its gross proceeds to The Debbie Kogan Lyda Ovarian Cancer "Road to Recovery" Research Fund benefiting the Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.
The mugs at my local Hallmark were $12.99 each. I've seen them online from $12.99 - $19.99 depending on the source and whether or not they include shipping in that price.
THERE ARE MANY TO CHOOSE FROM and you can find different styles in different stores - Below is a list of the various sayings you can find on the mugs I saw during a quick search this morning on Amazon. I added images from an assortment of 4 mugs to show you how some of them look. Click on each saying to go to it's detail page for a photo of that particular phrase.
- Please Step Away. I'm Not Talking to You Today
- Cancer Sucks
- No matter what anyone tells, you, money buys happiness
- You Make Me Smile
- I'm sorry you're old
- I Love You
- I don't want to work anymore. I just want to be cherished, put on a pedestal, and taken care of.
- It was the Dog
- If I was a Mormon Fundamentalist, I would want you as my sister wife