What bumper sticker best sends the message that the driver is an idiot?
Have you ever been behind a vehicle with bumper stickers that tell you everything you need to know to know that the person behind the wheel is a pathetic tool whose entire portfolio of thought can be spun into a pun and slapped on a bumper? From hateful and vulgar displays meant to offend to illogical political messages the bumper sticker is a uniquely American form of public speech. Bumper stickers advertise our affiliations and values, and our favorite tattoo palor. They send constant and simple messages about our point of view and who we hate and who we pledge our allegiances to.
The one you've chosen is a good sign of stupidity, but I think the ones who say something like "proud Republican (or Democrat or any other party) voter" are the best indicator. What kind of idiot punches through and votes for everyone who is part of a political party no matter what they are like, without knowing the individuals beliefs? In my personal opinion, voting these days isn't so bright, anyway because they are all politicians, and thus criminals, crooks, liars, cheats, and all synonyms of these words.
Another good one is the ones that say," my kid can beat up your honor student"
My favorite are the custom made displays on the back glass that have misspelled words.
I would say any bumper sticker that contains a curse word or any that has a silhouette of a couple in an intimate position.
My other car is at _____...
However, nothing says idiot more than the fake "testicals" people dangle from their trailer hitches these days.. Especially the blue ones..
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
Do you have a bumper sticker on your car? If so, what does it say?
by sooner than later 8 years ago
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by Paula 3 years ago
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by ptosis 7 months ago
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by manlypoetryman 8 years ago
I thought...Now what's supposed to happen then? (Thinking of what would happen after Dec. 20, 2012) Then...it occurred to me what it meant. How about you are you looking forward to the future...or are you happy the way things are? Me...I like things simple...and I'm afraid we are way past that...
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
I saw this gem the other day: "Don't steal. The government hates competition."
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