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Chapelhead*

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Typos, typos, typos - and I haven't even opened the wine yet.

Sorry folks.

[Disappointed]

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mysticlisa

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A few of my favs from Northernsun:

"Doing my part to piss of the religious right"

"That was zen, this is tao"

"Jesus is a liberal"

"Speak your mind even if your voice shakes"

"Eve was framed"

"Well behaved women rarely make history"

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I brake for tailgaters.
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Thoughts worth thinking can't fit into this

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Ham n Eggs, with all due respect, those signs appeared before my kids were born, which means they date back 20 years or so. While they might have accrued the emergency use you describe in some places, I have never heard of this.
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jlg

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Sorry for the nonsequitor. I hit reply witout realizing that there was a second page.
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Ham'n'Eggs

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Yes, I am aware that the meaning has probably been hijacked, which was precisely why the last sentance of my post was intended as irony.

Unfortunately, whilst I found it utterly hilarious, I guess that it will have completely mystified everyone else.

Doh! I should have stayed in my own head... [Frown]

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quote:
"Well behaved women rarely make history"

Or write it! [Big Grin]

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Seen on the freeway in Colorado Springs, Colo. (the home of that notorious right-wing organization, Focus on the Family):

Focus on your own damn family.

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mysticlisa

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quote:
Originally posted by tomb:
Seen on the freeway in Colorado Springs, Colo. (the home of that notorious right-wing organization, Focus on the Family):
Focus on your own damn family.

Where can I get mine!! LOL

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jlg, ham 'n eggs is right. i remember when those signs first came out. the person who "invented" them was reacting to an accident where a car contaianing two adults and a baby was in an accident. both the adults were killed instantly. the baby was overlooked by rescue workers. details escape me at this point, but it wasn't pretty.

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quote:
Originally posted by mysticlisa:
quote:
Originally posted by tomb:
Seen on the freeway in Colorado Springs, Colo. (the home of that notorious right-wing organization, Focus on the Family):
Focus on your own damn family.

Where can I get mine!! LOL
Here.

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If only it weren't so damned grammatically embarassing I might order one.

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Chapelhead*

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The author probably doesn't give a dam about the grammer or spelling.

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mousethief

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Moron's the pity.

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The Mid

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Whilst stuck behind a green panael van going about half the speed limit the other day, I thought of lots of potential bumper stickers (very pissed off I was).

However, I managed to keep my cool by reading the bumper stickers already on display. After seeing the usual ones, "Lost your cat? Check under my tyres" and "If this van's a-rockin' don't come a-knockin'" I saw the funniest one I had ever seen before. At the risk of ruining the thread, I have to share it with you.

"It's all fun and games until someone loses a hymen"

I apologise profusely for my extremely poor taste (and gutter sense of humour [Snigger] )

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tomb
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Well, chastmastr, the bumper sticker I saw was white lettering on a solid red background.

I suspect the one you saw had been, er, tarted up for the audience.

And Mid, why the Thoreau quotation? Given your profession, I should have thought

quote:

I must go down to the sea again!
To the lonely sea and the sky.
And all I ask is a tall ship
And a star to steer her by....

would be more in your line of work.

Not that I really give a damn about symmetry when it comes to 19th century American romanticism, mind you....

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aj

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Seen on an old Toyota van:

"God made shit and Mazda made it move"

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Ham'n'Eggs, whatever its origins the popular understanding of 'Baby on Board' signs (ie. to warn off following traffic) is backed up by the full text of the one I saw last night on my way to a meeting at church:

Baby on Board - Keep your distance

Oh, maybe I should add that the sticker was from Mamas and Papas (the current in-vogue baby goods manufacturer) and the car was a very clean VW Golf V5.

Having a young baby myself, can I just say I wouldn't be seen dead with such a sticker - and yes I do mean that. Surely the hulking great child seat should be a fair indicator to emergency services?

Ian

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"I may be indicating left, and I may be going to turn left, but I'm going to swing out waaay to the right in front of you before I do so!"

(Swap the lefts & rights if you're in the US)

Love Ags
[Big Grin]

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I thought somebody would have posted a link to the SUV sticker site.

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A small construction/scaffolding company on the south coast of England used to have a bumper sticker on all its vehicles which said "satisfaction with every erection"

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Ham'n'Eggs

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There must be easier ways to start an urban myth... [Disappointed]

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Not a sticker but
there was a removals firm Patel & Patel
whose slogan was
You've tried the Cowboys now try the Indians

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The Mid

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quote:
Originally posted by tomb:

And Mid, why the Thoreau quotation? Given your profession, I should have thought

quote:

I must go down to the sea again!
To the lonely sea and the sky.
And all I ask is a tall ship
And a star to steer her by....

would be more in your line of work.

Not that I really give a damn about symmetry when it comes to 19th century American romanticism, mind you....

Have you ever tried to navigate a ship by astro-navigation? It's a real bugger, I can tell you. Give me a good old GPS any day!!! [Big Grin]

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The Mid

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My ex has a sign on the back of her car saying,

"You call me a bitch as if it were a bad thing"

Kind of appropriate sometimes.....(hehehe - I gave it too her) [Snigger]

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quote:
Originally posted by Iestyn:
A small construction/scaffolding company on the south coast of England used to have a bumper sticker on all its vehicles which said "satisfaction with every erection"

Not to mention the Removals Company from Maidenhead ...

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Ann

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The number of times I've had to follow cars needing the bumper sticker, "I can't afford to replace my indicator bulbs until the recession's over."

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Seen recently in Bournemouth:

Thank you for parking so f*****g close; next time please provide a tin opener.

[Disappointed]

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quote:
Originally posted by Ham'n'Eggs:
The presence of these signs alerts ,the emergency serices> to the fact that there is probably a small body (possibly alive) to account for, so they need to take extra precautions with cutting gear etc.

Nope, if this were genuinely the case the glass of the back window would be the last place to put the sign as this would most likely be crunched in an accident, if it were still there at all. It would be more effective to have stickers on the metalwork of the door struts which is what will be cut through.

Parents invariably feel the need to boast about the fact they've had babies and this is just another way of doing it (to the complete stranger following you). If you must, boast about the fact you've brought up well rounded young adults in 20 years time, pretty much anyone can pop out a baby - it's really not that special.

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quote:
Originally posted by Dr. C:
pretty much anyone can pop out a baby - it's really not that special.

ANYONE?? [Eek!]

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Look here: InternetBumperstickers

ROFLMAO....

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I've just read through this whole thread hoping to add my 'The Christian Right is neither' contribution to find I'd been pipped to the post. Ho hum, story of my life...

Anyway, welcome Monty Moose! I found it funny too.

I saw one today that said: Got a problem? Just try Jesus.

It left me wondering whether it was offering advice or the 'one upping' type of consolation that only really annoying people can manage.

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quote:
Originally posted by jlg:
Sorry for the nonsequitor. I hit reply witout realizing that there was a second page.

Ditto.

P.S. Double post aswell, sorry.

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Wm Duncan

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In all these years, I'd NEVER thought that "baby on board" was intended as an alert to the rescue personnel in case of accident; I'd always assumed it was to serve notice that it's okay for the car to be in the carpool lanes.

Wm Duncan

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There is a variant on "baby on board":

"mother-in-law in trunk" (boot in Oz).

My own favourites go thus:

"I owe, I owe, it's off to work I go"

and

"Mum's Taxi".

Yet another which used to grace the 1960 EK Holden belonging to a friend (this was a two-tone monster with tail fins, a 3-speed column shift and a clutch made for a gorilla):

"At least I own it".

cheers,

m ( ex-taxidriver for the tribe who learnt to drive in Ethel the EK Holden)

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Campbellite

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Some time ago I saw a Bumper sticker that read,
"Buy American".

It was on the back of a VW!

I read about a sticker in Germany, seen on the back of a VERY small car,
"Wenn ich gross bin, ueberheule ich euch alle!"
"When I grow up, I'm gonna pass you all!"

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I saw it today! Following a breakdown truck along the dual carriageway:

Make a parent smile - run over a paedophile.

And I thought this one belonged in the realm of Urban myths........

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A very long time ago, I went to a Barry McGuire concert and he said he'd like a bumper sticker worth reading, like "I'd rather be a sardine in the bait tank of the Lord, than a killer whale in the jacuzzi of the devil" I've yet to see it on anything though....
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on a motorcyclist's jacket:
if you can read this, the bitch fell off.

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RuthW

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My favorite bumper sticker, one I see often on a car parked in my neighborhood: it's for a tattoo parlor, and the tagline is "FUCK YEAH, IT HURTS!"
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<tangent>

Only if you're a big wimp.

</tangent>

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Al Eluia

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auntbeast wrote:

quote:
.. I makes me absolutely crazy when people with the cheesy Jesus stickers all over their car drive like idiots... I guess they figure if they can scare me bad enough I might have a conversion experience looking at their bumper.
They're just getting you ready for the Rapture!

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jlg

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My daughter put

There are three kinds of people in the world:
those who can count and those who can't


on her car when she was in high school. She reported that none of the guys she worked with at the grocery store understood it. [Roll Eyes]

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I know this is commenting on a post from a while back, but I wasn't a member then.
This is one to answer all the "My child is on the honor role of ..."

My Kid Can Beat Up Your Honor Student

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"In case of rapture, can I have your car?"

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WTFWED?

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Chorister

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My last car had a TOGS sticker on it. I am no longer young.

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[Smile] Create Your Own Bumper Stickers [Smile]

[Yipee] Another Place To Create Your Own Bumper Stickers [Yipee]

[Sunny] Yet Another Place To Create Your Own Bumper Stickers [Sunny]

David
I live to serve

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Let's keep URL references to a minimum, shall we? If I have to go to another web site to get the joke, it tends to disrupt the conversation of the thread. Threads such as this are about sharing things we find humorous, not providing resources.

Thanks.

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