Bumper stickers have been around forever, but they were at their peak in the 80’s and 90’s. Here are some of my favorites:
Like “Imagine whirled peas” this snarky little gem skewers a popular quote.
“Jesus is coming back” stickers were everywhere for a while. I snorted an entire venti latte the first time I saw this one.
Don’t know why I like this one, I just do. Uh-oh, gotta go, they’re here!
I watched half a dozen truckers crane their necks to peer down into this car before I noticed the bumper sticker.
I don’t know who came up with this one, but I’m pretty sure it was a parent.
“Beam me up, Scotty!” stickers were ubiquitous in the 80’s, so my old comedy act Mitch & Allen came up with this phrase (from our sketch “Star Trek: The Wrath of God”). It was such a hit that within a few months dozens of other sticker makers were duplicating it. Ah, well, plagiarism is the sincerest form of flattery, right? Even now, 30 years later, Googling the phrase produces over a million results.