Who wouldn’t love receiving a Golden Girls Valentine’s Day card? If you grew up in the era or Rose, Blache, Bea and Sophia – here are your must-have Valentine Day cards!
Free Golden Girls Valentine’s Day Cards
Check out these printable Golden Girls Valentine’s Day Cards!
- Bea: Bea Mine (Bea Arthur played the roll of Dorothy)
- Blache: I Blanche at the thought of losing you
- Rose: A single rose on Valentine’s day
- Sophia: I haven’t had sex in fifteen years and it’s starting to get on my nerves! (seriously, though: maybe tonight? At least consider it.)
How priceless are these?
Golden Girls FYI
And to anyone who doesn’t know the Golden Girls are (bless) – here’s a little introduction:
The Golden Girls was a TV show that ran for 7 seasons, 180 episodes starting in September of 1985 – May 1992. It was the perfect combo of funny humor mixed with these old women. This award winning show starred Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty, as four older women who share a home in Miami, Florida. Yes, THE Betty White. Enough said, go buy the whole Golden Girls Collection on Amazon.
Golden Girls Quotes
A few of my favorite Golden Girls quotes – this will give you a taste of the GG GREATNESS.
“People waste their time pondering whether a glass is half empty or half full. Me, I just drink whatever’s in the glass.” -Sophia
Honey, you don’t do too well under pressure. Remember the coffee shop when you didn’t have enough money, so you tried to climb out the ladies’ room skylight? – Blanche
That doesn’t happen anymore since I switched to decaf. – Rose
Rose: You know what I think?
Blanche: No, do you?
Rose: You can buy sperm.
Blanche: Buy? Sperm used to be free. It was everywhere!
Blanche: He wants to be a pacemaker in me.
Sophia: Everyone has a different name for it.
Mastermind behind these fabs: Joey Devilla
These were first posted in 2012 and have continued to be a hit through-out the years!
Were You (or Are You) a Golden Girls Fan?
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