Those stick figure families on the backs of SUVs? Oh yeah, gun related...

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    Those stick figure families on the backs of SUVs? Oh yeah, gun related...

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    Found this in my FB feed today.

    I had to look around to find someone who sells this stuff. Look over at myloudfamily for similar products.
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    I love it, but would never put it on my car. The whole advertising (I own guns / shoot me first) thing.

    Was thinking about the star wars storm trooper helmets though. maybe a couple AT-AT's to represent the dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4my son View Post
    Was thinking about the star wars storm trooper helmets though. maybe a couple AT-AT's to represent the dogs.
    I've seen AT-AT's for the parents and AT-ST's for the kids.
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    I like it.

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    My wife and I both think those "family" and "school" stickers on vehicles are a dumb idea. Why advertise to perverts that you have a school aged male/female child, who goes to X school, and who likes cheerleading/soccer/gymnastics/whatever?

    I guess in an age where everyone posts on Facebook every time they pick their nose, the concept of "privacy" just ain't what it used to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    My wife and I both think those "family" and "school" stickers on vehicles are a dumb idea. Why advertise to perverts that you have a school aged male/female child, who goes to X school, and who likes cheerleading/soccer/gymnastics/whatever?

    I guess in an age where everyone posts on Facebook every time they pick their nose, the concept of "privacy" just ain't what it used to be.

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    I'm not a sticker on my vehicle kind of guy at all!

    Am I the only one that noticed the shaved 3rd brake light, shaved tailgate handle and the awesome Cadillac taillight conversion on this pick up?
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    I like it, nice twist

    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    I'm not a sticker on my vehicle kind of guy at all!

    Am I the only one that noticed the shaved 3rd brake light, shaved tailgate handle and the awesome Cadillac taillight conversion on this pick up?
    Only someone stuck in the 1970's would notice
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    announcing your a gun guy with local range stickers and gun silloettes is a no no in my book......every LEO I know would agree also.....

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    nothing like advertising you have guns in your house or vehicle to invite unwanted guests

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    I think its pretty funny, I hate those stickers that announce the fact that you can breed...
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    nice collection, though

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    I would never put a sticker on a $40-$50K vehicle other then what is required, inspection,ect. IDK personal preferance I guess. After a while they look horrible anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tclance View Post
    I would never put a sticker on a $40-$50K vehicle other then what is required, inspection,ect.
    I agree...

    I ask the dealer take off there stupid advertisement stickers also.
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