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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Lea & Hans Drive a Minivan

Even the most exciting people eventually turn into boring adults. 



15 comments:

kewkew said...

Hey, that is sort of cool. Never seen that before

Mystery Case said...

Well that is an interesting take on the stick family. I kind of like it.

Kim Turner said...

Oh, I love that - it sort of makes the minivan a bit more "cool"!!!

Ai Sakura said...

this is a cute one! I've never seen this version before too ;p

Ai @ Sakura Haruka
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Binky said...

They have a Wombie!

alissa apel said...

I saw a skull bone family on a car just this weekend. I was thinking I hadn't seen that version before.

Erika Price said...

What a great thought! And it's so true, now I think about it!

stevebethere said...

I think it looks good meself better than having them tattooed on your butt :-)

Have a tanfasticated day ;-)

Rhonda Albom said...

I don't know if I agree. I think I am a more exciting adult than I was a younger person.

Masshole Mommy said...

I have a storm trooper family on my car, but I totally want these!!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

This is totally awesome :)

shelly said...

Love those stickers. Saw one the other day advertising for a mate.

Hugs and chocolate,
Shelly

mail4rosey said...

lol No need to make a new movie to show what they're up to...we all already live that life. :)

Timothy Hecht said...

I need those things in figures from the Anchorman movie.

Ron Burgundy
Brick Tamlin
Champ Kind
Brian Fantana
Veronica Corningstone

Suzanne McClendon said...

I think that the family stickers (without names!) on the minivans are cute.

What I don't like to see are the signs people put in their yards for the various holidays announcing their children's names. It's like "Hey, let's show every perv in town that I have boy children/girl children, how many, where they live, and what their names are."

Doesn't this go against what we're taught about child safety? That what we were taught where I grew up. Little kids don't always understand the concept of "stranger" and think that a person isn't a stranger if the person/creep uses the child's name. Familiarity makes the child easier to lure into harm's way. And these personalized yard sign users are handing that familiarity over to them voluntarily.