Instant nostalgia (aka more pandering)

Remember last year, angina when everyone had those little oval-shaped stickers on the bumpers of their cars? They were designed to look like European registration stickers, and they generally had clever 1-to 4-letter abbreviations on them to indicate the driver’s favorite place or concept: “HI” might stand for “Hatteras Island,” for instance, or “LNX” might indicate a penchant for the Linux operating system.

Well, to recapture the spirit of yesteryear (and by “yesteryear,” we’re referring to Nov. 22, 2004), has released its own bumper sticker, which I hope you’ll enjoy (Click here or on the image below to get your own sticker for the low, low price of $3.49!) :


2 thoughts on “Instant nostalgia (aka more pandering)”

  1. You know, I have to admit that I’m surprised I don’t see more of these stickers gracing the rear bumpers of vehicles. Because if you think about it, it’s somehow appropriate…especially if you’re driving one of those old-school “internal combustion” engines, you earth-killer you!

    Okay, so I drive a vehicle with IC, too…that’s right, a 4.2L 6 cylinder monster that gets about 2 gallons to the mile! It definitely needs the TURD sticker…and so do I.

  2. Hey, I visited your Turdware store, and I noticed an eggregious oversight: you put the “TURD” emblem on the FRONT of the thong, when it clearly belongs on the back! Get it?! Get it?! Ha ha ha!!!

    No, really — that’d be the best. I hear the twins next door would really jump at the chance to own properly labeled thongs!

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