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Your ideal bumper sticker

  1. Jan 12, 2005 #1
    What existent or putative bumper sticker would you most like to flaunt?

    (I have even considered designing an LED display to make my own message manifest.)
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    "Kill Bill"

    With a penguin in the yellow suit and a hanzo sword at the end.

    Saw a shirt like that, it was greatness.
  5. Jan 12, 2005 #4

    Math Is Hard

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    I saw this sticker last week and ok, I'm a republican and all, but I laughed anyway:

    "Frodo failed. Bush has the Ring."

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    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

    Even I can laugh at that. Clever.
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    I've always wanted one written in backward letters for my front bumper (so the person in front of me can read it in their rearview mirror) that says, "Move over slowpoke!" or "The gas pedal is on the right." :biggrin: Not very funny, but would be very useful. There seem to be a lot of people around here who insist on driving 15 mph under the speed limit.

    I can't remember any of the ones I've seen that I thought were really funny at the time.
  8. Jan 12, 2005 #7
    Not really a bumper sticker but found on roadside signs throughout New Hampshire-
    Common Sense For All
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    :rofl: If only it was as easy as telling people on road signs! :rofl:
  10. Jan 12, 2005 #9
    That axle thing has more of a chance, lol.
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    In Texas, bumper stickers aren't necessary, those pick up trucks with the shotguns mounted across the rear window say it all. :bugeye:

    I like the bumper sticker that says "I hear voices...and they don''t like you".
  12. Jan 12, 2005 #11
    I don't know about bumper stickers, but I have a shirt that says

    [tex]\int_{10}^{13}2x dx?[/tex]
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    And they let you wear an innapropriate shirt like that?
  14. Jan 12, 2005 #13
    What does that mean?
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    Nevermind shay...it's immature adult humor. You're not old enough yet. :rolleyes: ...I think.
  16. Jan 12, 2005 #15
    Sweet! Where did you get this shirt? Or did you make it? I want one! Ahh, the power of math used in a vulgar sense, and all these fools will have no clue what it means. Too bad I did not have one during high school, that would teach the punk administration :biggrin:
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    :biggrin: lol
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    Thanks for making me do math to find the joke. :rolleyes:
  19. Jan 12, 2005 #18
    Most of them wouldn't get it.

    I wonder what my high school calc teacher would ahve said...
  20. Jan 12, 2005 #19
    For anyone that is wondering what it means your in luck. I have a brother who is very good at math so I had him figure it out :smile: the whole thing equals 69.
  21. Jan 12, 2005 #20
    Yeah thats the point, most of those punks would not get it :smile:

    I too was wondering what my high school calc teacher would have thought. Meh, I am majoring in math ed, so if I do get this shirt I will be interested to see what my profs think :rofl:

    Yep, it is essentially 13^2 - 10^2 = 169 - 100 = 69

    edit.. omg I was searching for this math shirt and I found this one. Almost brought a tear to my eye. It is a joke my high school calc teacher told us when he started teaching us integrals


    pff, wait a minute that is not the one. The one he said was log cabin + C = houseboat.
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