You know that rule of the Internet that if it exists, there is a porn version of it? Same goes for Valentine's Day cards. See The Walking Dead example above.
For every fan base out there, there is a Valentine's Day card to represent it. Sherlock, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Disney movies...the list quite literally goes on and on. And since the big V-Day is right around the corner, we rounded up our favorite Internet-made love letters so you guys could pick the right one for your significant other.
We were looking for two things when shopping for fandom Valentines: (1) Comic Sans font was a must, and (2) a badly Photoshopped picture of the actor/character from the franchise needed to be in there somewhere. With those factors combined, plus a shade of red or pink, and you've got the perfect note for your perfect Valentine.
Here are some of our favorites:
Some sexy wordplay for the Harry Potter fan in your life.
Donna's favorite phrase from Parks and Recreation is the only thing you need to say to your loved one.
Hulk would never smash your heart to pieces.
Because there is nothing hotter right now than Disney's Frozen. (See what we did there?)
For the people you hate to love. Or just hate. Flappy Bird is the worst.
Ha! Get it? Because Internet Explorer has a reputation for being kind of terrible and slow? Give this to the people in your life who only use IE to download other browsers. So, every single human being in the world.
Not only does this feature Zac Efron circa 2006, but it also manages to make lyrics from the original High School Musical a bit more interesting.
False. John Watson would do anything for Sherlock Holmes, including giving him a Valentine's Day card.
Misha Collins is confused, but if there is nothing confusing about your love for your Valentine, then this is the card for you.
Don't go Breaking my heart, OK?
Nothing beats a good Star Wars pun.
Just kidding, there is something that beats a good Star Wars pun, and that's this Space Jam card. You can stop looking, because this is the only thing you need to give to your Valentine on Feb. 14. You're welcome.