On 26 Mar 2005 at 7:08pm Me wrote:
Can anybody explain these stickers in the back of cars. I've pondered this over the last week. Anybody here have one? if so please enlighten me as to why it is neccesary to have one.
On 26 Mar 2005 at 8:20pm chav wrote:
I've got one but it says 'babe on board'
On 26 Mar 2005 at 10:35pm The Super K wrote:
Very Useful. Many the time I have been going to ram the car in front but haven't because of that sign.
On 26 Mar 2005 at 11:43pm me wrote:
Funny that Super K. I have often come to the same conclusion. There i was innocently trying to kill the individuals in the car in front when WHAM!!!! there it was "baby on board" and i thought to myself "oh My" i must not kill those people because they have a Cute little baby aboard. Is my sarcasm too subtle or should i make it more obvious. I would still like anyone too reply who has one of these stickers too explain why they have them?
On 27 Mar 2005 at 8:16pm paex wrote:
These signs are supposed to be there for the benefit of the emergency services. If a vehicle is involved in an accident the fire brigade on seeing this sign will look for a baby in the wreckage. (Not a lot of good if the sign is up but said baby is not in the car, but its the thought that counts)
On 27 Mar 2005 at 11:51pm chav wrote:
I must get 1 that says 'bling in car' then because I have nearly a tenners worth. Dont wanna lose it.
On 28 Mar 2005 at 5:45pm The Super K wrote:
Yes chav but would you want the emergency services looking for it if you had a crash? they'd nick it............... Then It would be double stolen!
On 29 Mar 2005 at 11:55pm me wrote:
That sounds like a fairly rational explanation paex, but do any of these people really have them for that reason. It is a decent point about having one without a baby. I wonder how many people use them for getting the good parking down at tescos?
On 30 Mar 2005 at 7:09pm chav wrote:
Well no one in Seaford. they're far too old
On 30 Mar 2005 at 9:55pm I-dont-live-in-Lewes-anymore wrote:
That speech in full again...
'SEAFORD? - I like the sound of the word.
It means people can live free, talk free, go or come, buy or sell, be drunk or sober, however they choose.
Some words give you a feeling. Seaford is one of those words that makes me tight in the throat - the same tightness a man gets when his baby takes his first step or his son shaves or makes his first sound like a man.
Some words can give you a feeling that makes your heart warm.
Seaford is one of those words.
On 30 Mar 2005 at 10:08pm I-dont-live-in-Lewes_anymore wrote:
You don't need a babe on board sticker... who cares if a babe's on board?
Please Lord Ban 'Em from Seaford.
The snivelly-wivelly hellions serve no purpose. They don't do chores. They don't milk the cows. They don't mind the farm. They don't know how to spell. They don't behave. They don't have spines. They don't have coping skills. They don't understand the word "polite."
They've been attachment parented. They've been family bedded. They've been num-num booby-fed until they were old enough to ask for it. They've been timed-out. They've been self-esteemed. And, none of it has worked.
They run willy-nilly through classrooms, restaurants, supermarkets and our lives because there ain't enough Ritalin to go around, and if the government have their way, there won't be enough secure units to go around, either.
Ask Chav... He'll tell you from first hand experience.
On 30 Mar 2005 at 10:11pm chav wrote:
On 2 Apr 2005 at 10:43am I-dont-live-in-lewes-anymore wrote:
Ask someone to explain it for you Chav.
On 3 Apr 2005 at 12:44pm chav wrote:
cant be bothered