I’m not anti-bumper-sticker; I’m really not. I’ve seen some that have made me laugh out loud and others that have made me want to set the person’s car on fire, but in general, I’m not the type of person to disparage all the people that put bumper stickers on their cars. However, I’m still a little confused by this one, which I see every day in the parking lot of my apartment complex–
What in the everloving fuck does this even mean? I feel as though I am missing something obvious, but for the life of me, I can’t tell why those two sentences are joined together. If I follow correctly, the owner of this decal believes that international relations are dependent in some way on how a child is delivered? Perhaps someone should notify the previous 42 presidential administrations, none of whom I believe consulted midwives on matters of foreign policy. Seriously, what the fuck does it have to do with anything? I guess “Don’t get placenta on the Saudi Arabian delegates” might be good advice, but that seems to be pretty much common sense.
Here are some more bumper stickers that I thought up for this person to use. I simply combined some pithy rhyme about natural birth with something that has nothing at all to do with obstetrics–
“The fall of Rome was a result of few births in the home. Support midwives!”
“Naturally deliver your baby or it’ll become a drug addict maybe? Support midwives!”
Can anyone explain this bumper sticker to me or provide their own examples of weird stickers?
Oh, and since this is the Pit–sunshine, lollipops and rainbows, lemon drops and…