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Family stickers are dumb

Me a bit back: I hate those family stickers since we in the Uncle clan walk single file to hide our numbers.

So, I was glad to see others agree:

This loving mother has just provided valuable and personal information to every potential predator in the area.

Via Michael.

14 Responses to “Family stickers are dumb”

  1. Robb Allen Says:

    I’m sorry, but that’s the lamest reason ever. Do you really believe that some sort of sexual predator is sitting in his car, scoping out minivans especially for family stickers? Really?

    “Well, that van has a father, mother, two sisters, a brother and a cat. That’s *exactly* what I’m looking for, an entire family to attack!”

    You’d think that a real predator would do a bit more than just look at stickers to pick his target.

  2. divemedic Says:

    A single guy should just put himself, a box of Kleenex and some hand lotion.

  3. six-pac Says:

    I agree with Robb, especially since my karate stick figure sports an AR and the wife resembles Laura Croft with her dual 9s. The kids all have blades and even the cats have rather sabre like teeth. Really folks, its all in the presentation.

  4. hsoi Says:

    I dunno. I always thought this one was pretty good:

  5. Jay G. Says:

    You realize you’re using the same logic as the “you’ll give away your position with that weapon-mounted light” people, don’t you?

    The stickers aren’t going to give any more information to predators than the minivan/mondo-SUV with three car seats, DVDs of “The Backyardigans” and fossilized Cheerios already give.

    Perspective, please…

  6. SayUncle Says:

    LOL. Jay wins one internet.

  7. Jay G. Says:

    Sorry Unc, I couldn’t resist… 🙂

  8. Les Jones Says:

    Her whole logic was based around the hypothetical problem created by giving away the name of the pet, but the stickers don’t have names on them. Dumb.

    There is such a thing as oversharing, but I don’t think the stickers are the best example.

  9. kbiel Says:

    I wouldn’t worry too much about someone knowing how many children I have, but I would much prefer the following sticker: Yes, I have children. No, you may not have one, but I will provide you with a consolation prize of lead and copper.

  10. Rob K Says:

    Movie plot threat, if you ask me.

  11. Robb Allen Says:

    Ah compassion! (comment from your link)

    I see those stickers with kids on them, or the ones that have all the members of the family in cartoon form, and I AIM for those vehicles. Its like a target to help control the worlds population.

    From the other comments, I take it it’s a left-leaning blog, so just imagine my surprised face, mmkay?

    I see idiots with Obama 2012 or “COEXIST” stickers and the most I can muster is a desire to debate them, not kill them.

    Glad to know I’m subhuman to others.

  12. Robert Says:

    That’s why we own firearms. In case the people who see us as “subhuman” decide to actually act out their fantasies.

  13. Robb Allen Says:

    Actually, looking at the damage in my glass house, I think I rescind my comment and refrain from tossing any more rocks.

    It occurred to me that I don’t know that commenter from Adam, and should someone who has no idea who I am nor be familiar with my sense of humor may perchance happen upon one of the multitude of comments I have left regarding punching hippies and assume that I, myself, am a violent person. I am capable of violence but reserve it for only times when morally required.

    Such as protecting myself from someone trying to ram my car since they disagree with a sticker.

  14. Drang Says:

    Until they come up with Firefly Family Stickers, I’m seriously considering these: Star Wars Family Member Car Stickers

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