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Lately Caution Baby Aboard seems to be making a comeback at least in this area. An offshoot of this is Do Not Tailgate, Show Dogs Aboard. I suppose otherwise it would be ok to tailgate?

And then there is Ask Me About My Grandchildren. Maybe if you were next to the driver at a red light you could ask him and then have the satisfaction of driving off as soon as the light turns.

Best (or worst) is the one that announces My Child is an Honor Roll Student at some school.

Not a bumper sticker but the family decals of mom. dad, kids and dog just another example of the narcissistic mentality infecting the culture these days. Either that or an excessive need for attention.


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Bookface, Twatter and Instigate have taken the place of bumper stickers, I think.

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The only 2 on my car don't fall into any of those categories.

1 no one would likely know what it was (family ranch brand)
The other a small fraction of people would recognize (F1 related)




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These are on cars everywhere in my neck of the woods. The funny thing is, they're permanent stickers!





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Saw one of these at entrance to Grand Canyon a couple years ago, but without the label for the open spot and with a caption more kids and pets, all on a Suburban. They had just scraped mom off of it and motored on!




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Got two on my vehicle, a small Harley Davidson University (yep, real thing, corporate training) and one from my Jeep club. My vintage Pontiac has a WABX bumper sticker on it, old people in S/E Michigan know that one.

Those are it. And no stick people!


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I saw the other day a SUV festooned (covering most of the tailgate and some of the window) with "Coexist" and similar stickers. You know the type, I'm sure. The one that stood out the most was "Hands Off My Body!" I didn't notice whether it was a Subaru, as the woman who I presumed to be the owner was near it and looked as if she could kick my ass, so I left.
 
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I’ve got a few magnetic Trump 2020 bumper stickers. I put them on mostly for longer drives, so far any reaction has been positive.
 
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Every time I see one of those Baby On Board stickers I think "What the hell does that mean? 'Please don't hit me as hard as you would otherwise'?" IMO those stupid signs are distracting and are more likely to cause an accident.

The only one I've ever had on my vehicles was "My German Shepherd is smarter than your Honor Student!"
 
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The only bumper sticker I have ever had is a bright yellow "caution sign-shaped" one saying, "In case of Emergency, Service Dog on board". It is there to let emergency responders know I have him in case of a bad accident. Also to give them a head's up that I have a disability so they are more likely to check my wristband or phone for details.
 
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On my old truck I had a sticker that read " I shouldn't have to press 1 for English " . Got a lot of positive comments for that one .
 
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Saw one yesterday that made me giggle. Square yellow caution sign that said "CAUTION MAKES FREQUENT STOPS". And in much smaller letters it said " at your moms house"


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We had a semi back in too the dock one time,
all across both back doors it read

If you can read this , you are too close.

In 22 inch tall letters

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Still one of my favorite!


 
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