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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

P.S. 16 Whirled Peas

Bumper stickers are the haikus of our culture and time. My favorite bumper stickers have been: "Visualize whirled peas," "I believe in cheeses, "White Center [a South Seattle community that is largely made up of Latino people and white liberals] is neither," and "What if the hokey pokey really is what it's all about?"

My friend Pea mentioned one she saw on a Texas pickup truck: "Tits on a Ritz: Good Cracker." Crude, but delightfully stereotypical. Carrie saw one that said, ""My whippet makes your honors student look slow and awkward." That's a good one.

I don't like "I heart my anything" or "Baby on Board." The latter seems to me to suggest that I shouldn't hit this car because of the baby, but otherwise it would be okay.

Our bumpersticker isn't quite so clever, but we love it anyway: "Storm National Champions 2004." A friend's friend is making a "Storm National Champions 2010" sticker since sales ran out of them in the first twenty minutes after the championship game, so we'll add that one soon. We also have a "Peace is Patriotic" bumper sticker from W's era that somehow never makes it to the bumper. I wish it were passe, but I think it's time we pull it out and paste it on.

Kill 'em with kindness. Mary

3 comments:

  1. My favorite from my oldest son's preschool days is: "what would scooby do?"

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  2. My fave is "Jesus is coming...look busy."

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  3. the religious right is neither.
    and
    the left lane is for passing.
    (i really hate it when beautiful, blind drivers park out in the left lane. i actually desire to get where i'm going.)
    love the honk if you think i'm beautiful idea!!

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