The Zen of Unsure Things
Does this mean the cupcake cake I ordered for the nursery school graduation ceremony won't be needed?
better than seeing my kids can beat up your honor student!Speedway: I'll help get rid of the evidence ;-)
Very funny! If this is a proud parent of a teenager though, I bet the kid reacted with an eye roll to the idea of this sticker. Whatever mom.
"… yet whose proud parents cannot tell the difference between a car bumper and a window."
Hi! The school sent this home with my kid, guilting me into devaluing my personal property!
That car looks too young to have kids.
Smart Car? Or Smart Ass Car?The best part is your reflection.
Thats because their kid didn't get one - and they didn't buy a car with a bumper
Where do they sell that? Love it!
Ha ha ha, you guys are funny.Lulu, I don't know know where to get this, but you might google exact phrases from it and see what you come up with.
Perhaps this was the "feel-good award" sent home with those children who did not win any of the other medals and certificates handed out by the school to the other more shiny bright little brown-nosers.
Susan's got my vote!
I wish I had prizes to give.
Oh Petrea, no prizes necessary. My self esteem doesn't depend on minor achievements displayed on the bumper of my car. (However, if you've got something for my hatchback window, let's talk.)
I feel suitably shamed into scraping the 'My Spectacularly Talented Cat Would Win Best in Show If I Ever Entered Her' sticker off my bumper...
Karin, I might be able to work up a little something with construction paper, magic marker, and sparklies.Shell, I think you should leave it. There's often a gluey residue.
My smart kids don't need no lame sticker on the bumper or window of my car...they are self assured and confident in their abilities.
Frank, you got it, that is my whole point.
At least it's not "Baby on Board"... I don't have any stickers on my car and it seems quite self assured, even though we are often surrounded by large pickups and larger SUVs during our commute.
Ms M, you made me laugh. My car's self-esteem issues were cured when I stuck a NASA badge on its bumper.
lol...I am a huge fan of irony and rather everyone gets it when they are the subject of it. Funny post. Thanks.
Ms. M, the little ones get their self-esteem from their parents, so this speaks well of you.Bellis, speaking of self-esteem, a NASA badge is the only one I'd put on my car (okay, maybe JPL, or Caltech), and I will be wretched until I have one.Hello, thepublicblogger, thanks for visiting!
Susan Campisi knocked it out of the park.
Okay, Susan wins the leftover cupcake cake from the nursery school graduation ceremony, plus a sign to hang in her car window that says "pit bulls on board."
I want a Nasa badge too!
We need about a hundred NASA badges. My 8-year-old neighbor has one and is the envy of the block.
I want a NASA badge, too!
I found this link about image use at JPLhttp://www.jpl.nasa.gov/imagepolicy/Otherwise, we might have to wait until the open house and see if there's a gift shop.
Nope...sorry...the only sticker we have on our cars is "Don't feed our bears"!!!
Ok, now I want one of TheChieftess's stickers!!
Great find, Petrea! :-)
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