What do YOU think?


I saw this topic on another blog and thought it would be fun to see what my own bloggy friends feel about it. How do you feel about a collection of stuffed animals in the back window of cars? I admit that I tend to judge people right off the bat when I see them and kind of turn my nose at the fuzzy faces staring back at me while I sit at a stoplight. I can give grace when I see a carseat in the vehicle and think that maybe they're the kids' toys. But what does a 50 year-old woman need with them? What is the meaning of it? Is it just for decoration or for something more? I am truly boggled by this and I can't wait to hear what you all have to say!

4 comments:

Rhonda said...

I think it's distracting and if their front dash is full, too, then I really wonder. My kids think it's exciting.

~joanne said...

I think it looks dorky.....it's not a display window. Of course, I'm kinda of a clean car stickler! I've not been a fan of stuff animals either...so my vote is we should get J.Granholm to right a law outlawing this outward display of stuffed animal love!

Jean said...

Don't know how I missed this post by 2 months, but.. have to comment nonetheless! In the general vicinity of my neighborhood there is a pickup truck I see every now and then, the bed of which is FULL of I don't know what, and there is no gate, so there are bungy cords holding everything in. To the best of my knowledge, because I have seen this truck regularly at a house, this person is not homeless. To compound this, and to make those cars with stuffed animals in the back windows look almost chic, there are stuffed animals literally glued to the entire body and roof of this vehicle. Personally, I'm not big on the doggie in the rear window thing either, but next to this junkmobile, they don't look half bad.

Megan said...

AJ - you didn't miss this post by two months...you missed it by 2 years and 2 months!!! :) Thanks for reading, though! lol

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