I LIKE that :roll:Originally Posted by renee765
Welcome to the Quilting Board!
Redkimba is right. "They" are the eviromentalists....I first heard the expression at a mining convention that I attended with my then husband and his boss...enviromentalists were doing their best to shut down all mining, oil exploration and production, and believe it or not, trucking. Without those three things, there are no lights, no heat, no cars, no lots of things...look around you at how many things run on electricity, run on gas, how much metal surrounds you in your enviroment? And...if you have it? It got to you on a truck...
All of that aside... I got my former DIL a bumper sticker that read: Blonde with the wind.. and one for my son that said "Yes, this is my truck, No, I won't help you move"
Same stink. Different Pile.
Now that's one I can definitely agree with!Originally Posted by CraftsByRobin
hi all, have been reading the bumper stickers. on my truck i have one that says "my other vehicle brays"
sorry thats not quilted related but its me.........
My daughter's friend had one that read, "Mean people suck".
I just saw a lot of quilt related bumper stickers...where else? The internet, lol. I'm not really a bumper sticker person but I might buy some of these corresponding coffee cups! :-D Here are some of them:
~Beware: I have a size 12 betweens and I know how to use them!
~Don't drink and quilt.
~Warning! Don't get between me and my sewing machine!
~Make quilts, not war! (Great, since I have family overseas)
~Can't sleep: Must quilt, must quilt, must quilt, must quilt.
~My sewing machine is smarter than your honor student (and, in our school district, my machine could be smarter than the local students :-( )
~I do all my own quilt stunts!
~Runs with cutters (with a drawing of a rotary cutter below).
DH had one for his pickup that said "if you value your life as much as I value this truck, DON'T *&^% with it"
Since I despise people who tailgate constantly, I love the one that says, " Unless you are a hemorroid, get off my a@@"
Hang up and drive...we are all safer that way.