Valentine’s Day is almost here, and that means it’s time to start thinking about what to write in your rude Valentine’s cards! Whether you’re looking for something cheeky or just want to make everyone laugh, there are plenty of options available. Send a card. At Boomf you’ find the perfect one- check it out here.

Rude Valentine’s Cards

And here are some tips for writing the best rude Valentine’s cards.

Make It Humorous

A Valentine’s Day card can be a serious thing. But if you want to add a punch of humour, that’s fantastic! The best way to make it funny is to make it sarcastic. If you and your partner both have a sarcastic nature, you have the advantage here. Sarcasm is a great way to poke fun at yourself and your partner. If you and your partner do not have a sarcastic relationship, you can add some humour to the card by poking fun at the relationship. For example, a card about the “golden age of love” could be hilarious if you know your partner’s relationship.

Write with Emotion

Something that is often overlooked when writing rude Valentine’s cards is the emotion behind it. A card with a blank, emotionless, and cold message is not only rude but it is also boring. Again, sarcasm is a great way to add some emotion to your card. Remember to stay away from corny lines like “You are my Valentine, and I am your,” or “We can meet in the middle with this one.” You want your card to show some emotion and let your partner know how they make you feel. For example, you could write in a card:

  • The only card I want to read this year is the one that makes me smile. 
  • The only card I want to read this year is the one that makes me feel loved.

Include a Compliment

A great way to add some humour to your card is to compliment your partner. This is one of the best ways to show your loved one how much they mean to you. A compliment can also serve as a subtle way of asking your partner to read your rude Valentine’s cards. For example:

  • You could write about how your partner looks nice in the card or what they are wearing. 
  • You could also write about how your partner is thoughtful and sweet. 

In any case, make sure to compliment your loved one in some way.

Stick to the Point

Last, but not least, stick to the point. While it is nice to add some humour and some details to your card, be careful not to overdo it. Your goal is to make your partner feel loved, not to make them laugh so much that they miss the point of your card. For example:

  • Keep your card simple and straight to the point. 
  • Another way to avoid being too descriptive is to avoid using adjectives. Adjectives are words that modify another word by adding an intensity of quality like “fabulous,” “amazing,” or “pretty.” If you would rather not include words like “amazing” or “pretty” in your card then avoid using them.
  • Stick with words like “phenomenal,” “incredible,” or “outstanding.” Make your message as simple, direct, and sweet as possible.
Rude Valentine’s Cards


Valentine’s Day is a special time for lovers, and it can be difficult to choose the perfect card for this special occasion. If you need inspiration, look no further than our collection of the best rude Valentine’s day cards. Whether you want to write a funny couple of lines or just want to make a statement, there is something in our selection of rude Valentine’s cards for everyone!

By Punit