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Offbeat 'At least they won't ask if it is his!' Dad accidentally orders a credit card with a huge picture of his own FACE on it - and the blunder quickly goes viral after his daughter mocked him online

14:06  14 september  2018
14:06  14 september  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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a close up of a mans face: Overwhelming: When he received the new credit card in the mail, he was shocked to find his face covering the entire card © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Overwhelming: When he received the new credit card in the mail, he was shocked to find his face covering the entire card A dad accidentally ordered a credit car covered in a huge picture of his face, and it went viral after his daughter posted it on Twitter.

Twitter user @roasted_weenie posted pictures of her dad's credit card online after he received an unwanted surprise in the mail. 

'So my dad got a new credit card and they asked him if he wanted a picture on it so he thought it was gonna be a tiny picture of him like the previous card he had so he sent them a picture of him and then...HE PLAYED HIMSELF BRUH!' she wrote online. 

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