I live in what’s affectionately called The Deep South. You’ve heard of the place. When you order tea in a restaurant it’s very sweet, fried pickles are an appetizer, and we know y’all is singular, y’alls is plural. We also tell who and what we are with bumper stickers.
Take our cars for example. Mine tells I’m a fan of my Apple products, I’m a Parrothead (dancing parrot stickers) and I’m a Star Trek fan (white sticker of Enterprise). Ronnie’s let’s you know he’s a pirate (skull & crossbones), he likes Thundercats, and he’s a Star Trek fan (Klingon symbol). We tend to stay away from the political stickers. People driving down the road don’t really need to know who I voted for 6 years ago or how I feel about abortion rights.
I’ve seen some really good bumper stickers lately and thought I would share. These are not necessarily my views, but bumper stickers that amused me in some way. I tried taking pics with my phone, but they didn’t turn out very well.
- God bless our troops. Especially the snipers.
- Your mama was pro choice, dahling.
- I’ll keep my money, guns and freedom. You keep the change.
- If you are opposed to logging, try using plastic toilet paper.
- Your proctologist called, he found your head.
- PETA: People for Eating Tasty Animals.
The ones that always make me laugh are the ones that say “I Love My Wife”. I always wonder who put that one on. Was it the wife? Was it him? Was it a practical joke? What do the guys say about it? We usually make up a story about them when my friends and I see one. Was the guy seriously in the dog house and trying to get out? Or maybe his wife put it on there and just dared him to take it off, there by proving he doesn’t love her. I wonder if he tells the guys the wife did it so they don’t give him too hard a time about it.