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Need to tell a special apostate that you love them for time and all eternity? Well now you can with these beautiful ex-Mormon Valentine’s Day cards!

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Tanner Gilliland is a writer, artist, and jazz hands enthusiast based in Salt Lake City, UT. Check out his art on Instagram: @tanner_gilliland, his jokes on Twitter: @tgilliland789, and his poverty on Venmo: Tanner-Gilliland
  • waboolio

    Bahaha You’ll remember the F

  • fecklessderek

    …i guess whatever helps you process your anger and sadness

    • Farmmaa

      Having a sense of humor makes one angry and sad ?

      • fecklessderek

        no – i think being angry and sad cloud one’s sense of what is funny

        • McZorlack13

          …what do you think we have to be sad and angry about?

        • McZorlack13

          What do you think we have to be sad and angry about?

          • fecklessderek

            I get the sense that people feel upset about being deceived and that this sort of “shock” “humor” is cathartic

          • How else should someone feel about being deceived?

          • beckezmail

            What’s funny is that when you know church history these cards are not even a little ‘shocking’ and mostly funny in a morbid/dark humor lol/sob.

        • cb

          That’s a dumb comment coming from a Delocated fan. Everyone finds different things to be funny. I know a lot of people who wouldn’t find Delocated to be funny at all. Those people are wrong but you get the idea. Chill the f out.

          • fecklessderek

            fair enough. i agree it’s not productive to fight ridicule with ridicule.

    • Abby

      I’m not angry or sad about leaving the church 4 years ago; in fact I think it’s the best decision I’ve ever made and I’m happier than I’ve been in my entire life! And I find these absolutely hilarious. Let’s try not to be so bitter about people laughing at the church.

      • fecklessderek

        i guess i just don’t understand this community of exmormons who like to stay so steeped in mormon stuff. Mormons have so little influence and effect on non mormons in real life. (I guess if you choose to stay in Utah and/or are surrounded by mormon family and friends you need a little outlet.)

        But wouldn’t it be healthier to just move on instead of following all of this negative stuff all the time?

        The reason i’m here is that i have a couple facebook friends that keep reposting stuff from – but i’m not going to be here for years and years. Plus i’m mormon still so i have an ongoing interest. If I were not mormon there’s lot’s of other things i would do i would think.

        • Abby

          1. My entire family is still Mormon (aside from my husband’s family, who never have been). The church will forever be a part of my life and I have no choice in the matter. The church is NOT a part of my immediate, daily life, and I don’t think about it unless it’s brought to mind from another source (friend’s posts on Facebook, etc.), but it’s constantly in my face. I would love more than anything to forget that the Mormon church ever existed and was ever a part of my life but, unfortunately, it doesn’t work like that.

          2. I work in an office on the computer all day. Days like today when it’s slow, I find things to entertain myself until I get something to do. Coming on here and reading the articles always gives me a good laugh and some entertainment to fill the time.

          Coming on a website like this for ex-Mormons doesn’t make you bitter or angry, and certainly doesn’t mean you haven’t moved on. I spent over 20 years in it; it was a huge part of my life and played a huge role in shaping the person I am. Doesn’t mean I have any negative feelings about leaving or that I can’t get past it. If anything, I think it shows that a moving on process has taken place in order for people to laugh about it rather than be upset about it. Don’t jump to conclusions that just because somebody comes to an ex-Mormon website they must not have moved on from the Mormon church.

          • fecklessderek


          • McZorlack13

            Very well said!

        • Candace

          Eh, when you’ve spent 30 of your last 31 years in the church, and 9 generations before that, you are kind of steeped in it, like it or not. Also, inside jokes are fun!

        • therealjeaniebeanie

          Not everyone wants to divorce themselves from their culture and family just because they no longer believe in the church’s truth claims. I always wonder why devout Mormons bother to come to pages that are so offensive to them or so puzzling to them.

    • therealjeaniebeanie

      This is such a PERFECT example of Mormon passive-aggression! Thanks so much for illustrating that point for us. Obviously you’re drawn to this page for some reason. Perhaps it is you who are obsessed.

  • Candace


  • Ben

    I had to stop reading because I’m at work and couldn’t keep from laughing! This is genius!

  • Jonathan Hummer

    Someone please enlighten me on the M. Russell Ballard one!

    • Joselo12

      He has an old pamphlet that talks about masturbation in which he refers to genitals as “The Little factory”

      • Jonathan Hummer

        No, that’s the Boyd K Packer one.

        I mean: “Reds are red, lipstick is red, it isn’t that hard.”

  • Sara Barnson

    Photoshop, you have officially overdone it. I just can’t take it any more. It’s horrible. Make it stop. No more creepy Bednar image in my head. Please, I’m begging.

  • kitty

    Agghh, the Bednar one is horrifying! I’m going to have nightmares now. Thanks.

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