Tuesday, May 16, 2006

bumper stickers in the wooded nowheres

its late, so this will not be a long post. just figured i would drop that caveat before you got overly-excited for a late night ramble blog. we probably need more of those though.

my wife and i were out looking for a golden retriever puppy tonight near Tyler, TX. ever been to Tyler? i am pretty sure there are more signs in spanish than english, which i find strange since it is pretty far from the border, but whatever. we didnt even go to the actual Tyler tonight but we went about 30 miles north of Tyler out to the "boonies". i was actually worried that we might have gone so far into the actual boonies that there were no ways out. we made it out though, which is good.

anyway, we were trying to find this breeder and are going further and deeper and further into the woods when we pass the home of where we need to be going. so i figure i will make the U-turn at the next available driveway. and oh did i. it was a rather slow turnaround because we were incessantly giggling at a bumper sticker we saw on the vehicle in the "driveway" we turned in to turn around. right in front of us was one of those vans with a ladder on the back, and in each window there was a bumper sticker that read...

"I LOVE CORNBREAD"

actually it said I (heart) cornbread. we pretty much giggled every 5 min from then till we got home tonight. i mean...cornbread? really?

alright, time for bed. its late and we must go see another doggie breeder who is 90min outside of the DFW again tomorrow after work. oh yeah, go mavs. if i have time tomorrow i will write about a special interactive opportunity for you, the reader, and the intense intra-house rivalry between me and my wife in relation to NBA basketball.

2 Comments:

At 5/16/2006 10:16:00 PM, Blogger camstine_justinille said...

my favorite bumper sticker is and always will be:

Jesus is coming. Look busy.

classic.

 
At 8/14/2006 06:45:00 AM, Anonymous ksueoka@att.net said...

I have two favorite bumper stickers I have witnessed---one on the back of a pickup truck that said..."unless your hemorrhoid, get off my ass" and the second that also sums it all up....
seen on a minivan..."you cant scare me, I have kids!"

 

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