I don’t know where this came from, but this is either laugh, cry, or lose your lunch.
Here in the states, it’s common to see an “All American Family” tooling around town in an SUV or Mini-Van, often with a decal on the back window that purports to show silhouettes of the family from adults, down to kids, and occasionally the pets, as well. In this case there’s Momma Roo, Daddy Roo, and two Joey Roos in the family.
Ms. Kanga should also have a sticker that says: “Baby on Board”…. ==or “my Roo excels at such and such school and is better than your roo”…
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Um…. Exactly where is Daddy?No, don’t tell me…this is a family website….
But should she really be wearing that particular sticker in public?
Not everybody got it. My first thought was she was ‘keeping score’ of her road kills, a la the way fighter pilots used to do, marking their fuselage’s with each enemy plane shot down. Thanks, n5wd, for enlightening me. Ignore smart-butt Mark.
I’ve also seen SUV window decal sets with R2D2 and C3PO.
There is a second possible interpretation that occurred to me first. In WWII, fighter planes had images of the enemies they’d shot down stenciled on the side.
Just goes to show that different people perceive different things….==They also do that in football, on the helmets…. where they get a decal for every sack (defensive player), reception (WR, TE), or yards or touchdown thrown (QB)… a good example can be seen on the Ohio State helmets…. count how many “buckeye” decals some of those players pick up….
I found this quite amusing. I love the Calvin stickers on cars but don’t see them much anymore.
Is she cutting people off in traffic and swearing like a sailor? Or is she yaking on her phone oblivious to her surroundings? Because when I see people with those stickers, that is what they are doing!!
No aliens. We’re safe.
Jul 17, 2015