Date: September 27, 2018 02:12AM
> "It seems to me that bumper stickers are going the way of the Mormon church in that they are both slowly going away, but over the years, there have been some memorable bumper stickers—a few of them were good, most…not so much."
Stickers are up everywhere
And More Clever Than Ever
Not as common on bumpers
But thriving everywhere else
There are a lot I like (some mentioned here, including OP).
A guy I knew went places and had no more room, anywhere on the car (except the windshield), for another sticker.
I saw a home-school bus years ago in Eugene, Oregon that had elementary scribbled spray painted letters on the back that said something to the effect of "we don't have any drugs inside so don't bother stopping-asking" (Not sure if it was directed towards the cops or the robbers or if they were considering there being a difference).
A friend, who believes in reinCARnation, has one on her rig that says "Born Again and Again and Again". That would get some stares - and worse, in some cases - in some places.
I have created a few over - and under - the years, and do creative writing projects such as this (humor) and like poking fun where it needs to be poked, (OUT), and simply can't think of any right now that aren't in the pot getting hot, even if on the back burner, or not over nine days old, except maybe "I Can't Measure Heaven - My Ruler Won't Let Me".
A friend once got a once friend a mug that said 'Jesus Saves', and showing a bearded Jesus. Adding a hot beverage would show Jesus freshaven and saying 'Jesus Shaves'. Good for any christian-person.
I might put a sticker on something, keep/ collect it, give one as a gift-trade. I mostly like older ephemeral things like post cards, posters, booklets, advertising, stickers, humor, etc... I'd buy many stickers just sticking around.
"This Is A Good Place For A Stick-up" (80's air-worsener ad campaign)