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  • A F*cking 2024 Wall Calendar: Get Your Sh*t Together This Year (Funny Monthly Calendar with Stickers, White Elephant Gag Gift for Adults) (Calendars & Gifts to Swear By)

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    “Book Descriptions: Time to get your sh*t together. It's a f*cking 2024 calendar!Packed with hilarious profanity and lots of swearing stickers, this sarcastic and humorous adult wall calendar says it like it is while keeping you organized. Funny, practical, and relatable, this swearing calendar will help you let it out, cut the crap, and (maybe) swearing will help! The perfect hanging wall calendar for your kitchen or home office, this is an incredible white elephant gift or gag gift for adults!Features:12-month wall calendar (January-December 2024) with vibrant, full-color designsEnvironmentally responsible, FSC certified and smudge-free paper12" x 12" trim size with sturdy hole for easy hangingOver 200 hilarious and practical stickers for adultsAmple writing space each day to stay organized and jot down important reminders, tasks, and appointmentsPlus funny, motivational reminders and plenty of space to write your own to-do lists each monthHolidays and observances2025 calendar year at a glance Read more”

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