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If TV characters used business cards

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If you happened upon our recent roundup of the world's coolest business cards then you'll be even more aware of how important a part the little rascal plays in showcasing your identity.

The same rule also applies for fictional characters. Just look at Patrick Bateman.

So we're a bit in man-love with this infographic. It imagines what various TV characters might use for their business cards. Jesse Pinkman might want to be a bit careful when giving his one out though...

Your Favorite TV Characters and Their Business Cards
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