Could there be a bumper sticker that is better suited for me? We were behind this car on the way into the mall and wouldn’t you know my darling daughter grabbed for the camera before I needed to ask.
Love that kid.
It does blow my mind that someone would actually put this on their car. It’s one thing to have an edge, it’s another to announce it to everyone on the road.
Maybe someone put it on there and she has no idea!
We saw this guy at the same music festival where we saw the Hokey Pokey bumper sticker; it was quite an amusing day.
So, I look at this guy and I think, OK, this is a music festival and he is feeling his old hippie oats and wants to wear this outfit that makes him look like… well it makes him look like he just crawled out from under a rock. I mean, it’s not like he was wearing tie dye or something. This outfit was NEVER stylish in ANY era. The shoe and sock combo is to die for on their own but paired with the matching floral cabana set it is hard to look away from this fashion accident.
Anyone want to speculate whether he dresses like this everyday? And if yes, what do you think he does for a living?
Every once in awhile a bumper sticker comes along and makes you really think. Or really laugh. Or both. I texted this picture to my brother and his answer was, “Then I would have to turn myself around. It may be too late for that.” My response was that it is never too late.
So, my friends, I believe we could all do with a little philosophy of the hokey pokey. Think about it for a moment or two. If you think it is time to turn yourself around, go ahead.
You just never know.
Saw this in a parking lot this weekend and it cracked me up.
I have one comment:
(btw, the url does not work but this is an East Hampton Band and you can hear them on MySpace)
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But whoever was driving it is surely a kindred spirit. A big thank you to Gary for taking this picture for me. If you did not read last week’s post about my experience on the Cross Bronx Expressway you cannot fully appreciate why this is so funny.
Although on it’s own it is pretty damn funny.
I particularly like the steaming illustration. My brother should love this!
Hmmm, I wonder where I can buy this bumper sticker. It would make such a lovely gift. Silly me, all you have to do is google it… if you are interested, you can buy it here.
Wait you guys, I don’t want to wake up and come outside to find this on my bumper, ok? Just want to make that clear.
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This bumper sticker was on the car in front of me at the drive-through cash machine today. Nothing like a little sarcastic humor to lighten up another in a series of soggy days.
Danny did not find this as funny as I did. Actually, I think he thought the guy was an asshole, which he probably is. But it tickled my funny bone nonetheless.
We live in a community that is no stranger to offspring bragging. The honor student bumper stickers are the evolution of the baby on board signs. Those used to really drive me nuts. Ok, so you have a baby in your car! Does that mean if you didn’t it would be alright to rear-end you?
I used to joke that I had the only two average kids in this district. The rest were either accelerated or remediated.
A note to those of you who feel compelled to put bumper stickers on your car announcing your kids’ brilliance. Other than their grandparents, I am pretty sure no one else cares.
To the guy with the golden retriever, your bumper sticker is hysterical, my lab is probably smarter than your dog and truthfully, having that on your car will make most people think you are an asshole. Funny, but an asshole.
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