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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. 


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.

Unknown 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!

An Apel a Day 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,

mail4rosey said...

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

Agent 54 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.