On one hand, this has got to be of the best laugh-out-loud novelty decks we've ever seen (at least, we in the 40+ crowd found it tremendously funny). On the other hand, despite its "I-don't-take-myself-too-seriously" flavor, the symbolism -- quirky though it is -- is solid, and the deck reads tremendously well. 1950s advertising-style art gives the deck a very Donna Reed/Father Knows Best feel. And the humor is clever and original. But take a moment to look beneath the cheeky surface, and you'll have more than a few "OMG!" moments with this deck.