In total understanding of this sentiment, Redditor myredditfakename5 ― who is 28-year-old Sarah Collins IRL ― uploaded a Christmas card that’s sure to resonate with single women everywhere.
It can be tiring to see family photos around a tree or couples cuddled up with their pets and/or children. Why not just take a photo with your true true love ― pizza ― and call it a day?
“I am single and most of my friends are married and have kids and give out cute Christmas cards each year,” Collins told The Huffington Post. “I wanted to show myself and my love this Christmas season.”
This card is clearly iconic. We’re particularly fans of the pizza in utero.
“I chose pizza because it’s always answers my calls, comforts me when I need it, and gives my stomach a warm hug,” said Collins of her pizza partner.
“I foresee that Pizza and I will be together for a long time to come. Even if I find another love I believe that pizza and I will keep an open relationship.”
Commenters indicated that the card doesn’t feature enough cats (because apparently if you’re single, you MUST have cats *eyeroll*), to which Collins indicates will be “next years card.”
The only thing that would make this card better would be if the pizza were real (it’s a pillow).
Mmm, who’s down to go halfsies on a pepperoni pie?
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