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Klingon Valentine’s Day Cards: Perhaps Today is Good Day to Write

by Conner Flynn

Klingon love isn’t just about fighting each other with bat’leths and breaking bones in the bedroom. It has a sweet side too. Although it is mostly violence and growling.

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Some of them actually exchange Valentine’s Day cards though. Like these, that NeatoShop artist Matt Wiley has created. These Valentine’s Day Cards feature Klingon-worthy phrases of love, like “Love is a battlefield / And we will love victoriously,” “You stole my heart / I would have given you mine. I have two,” and “The empire doesn’t seem as mighty without you / Will you fight by my side?”

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With these cards you can be sure that you and your mate will love for a lifetime and enter Sto-Vo-Kor together in death. Qapla’!

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[via Neatorama]




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