-orgasm donor -I wish my girlfriend was a filthy as my car -Ban d!ckhead pedestrians - not bullbars -Drink till shes cute -Keep honking...I'm reloading -Horn broken...watch for finger -More Grunt than your mother -Gas grass or ass...no one rides for free -My other ride is your mom -I love animals... They taste good!!! -If God didnt want us to eat animals, why did he make them out of meat ?? -If I Would Like To Hear From An Asshole, I'd Fart! -If A Woman Wants To Learn To Drive, Don't Stand In Her Way -Vaginatarian -Welcome to America ... Now speak English!!! -A man without a woman is like a neck without a pain -Missle inside: Honk to see (Baby on Board) - Most Annoying sticker makes me wanna drag the folks sitting in the car out and beat the crap out of them. Who the hell cares if you have a Baby on board
(Baby on Board) - Most Annoying sticker makes me wanna drag the folks sitting in the car out and beat the crap out of them. Who the hell cares if you have a Baby on board
The point of that bumper sticker is so that some other drivers who normally drive like idiots might be more careful around the vehicle carrying that bumper sticker so as not to injure the baby on board. After all a baby hasn't lived long enough to deserve death, the parents on the other hand is another story .
I'd have to agree there. If you find it annoying, you don't get it. Babies break easily and can be hurt by accidents that would just rattle an adult, or even a child. I have a 'Baby on Board' plate for my 5 month old, it was the wife's purchase but I'm not disagreeing. It's a bit like an unregulated version of 'learner' plates. You're supposed to see a learner and give them a break. It's as much to protect them from you as it is to protect you from them. What annoys me is seeing fools fly past learners with no warning because the learners are holding them up. Boo hoo
Hmm, I too found "Baby On Board" annoying when I first saw it, interpreting it as "I expect you might have run into us when you thought we were just adults, but now please don't do that since we've got a baby". Which would be pretty stupid. But now after talking with more people with these signs I interpret it as "sorry if we're driving really, really slowly, especially on corners, but we're trying not to jar the baby duing the brief interval he/she is finally asleep". I can sympathize with this interpretation much better, and am willing to be a little more careful as I pass them. [ September 16, 2003: Message edited by: Jim Yingst ]