In case, like me, you can't read French, these two cards (which can be purchased for $4 each right here) say, "I want a baby." Note that the cards are conveniently color-coded so you can indicate exactly which gender your ovaries are pining for.
As I've written about many times before, I do not want a baby—ever—but even if I did, I don't really understand under what circumstances this card should be given out, nor can I guess to whom. I mean, sure, probably you should give it to your boyfriend—or as the French would say, paramour. But if you have to resort to Hallmark solutions with the guy who's sticking it to you, I'd say there's a bigger problem than babylust. Maybe you're supposed to hand them out to potential co-procreators who catch your eye ("hey, he's tall and has my mother's full lips!"); kind of like deaf people on the subway do with the sign-language cards. I would think that approach would scare the hell out of most guys, but better to know sooner rather than later, I suppose.
Or perhaps you're meant to hand them out to random pregnant ladies, just in case they change their mind once the whole birthing process is over—this way they know who to call. Pregnant ladies can be kind of hormonal so this seems a tad dangerous. Not to mention creepy.
I realize this is my second French parenting post in about a week, but I assure you, it's merely a coincidence.