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car stickers of demolished tally

Like wwii downed planes images on the front side of fighter planes
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stickers with images of a large X on various types of demolished things. For example:

2 large cars with x's on them
1 small cat with an x on it
7 tiny mosquitos x's on them

But they are separate so you can add them on as needed.

pashute, Aug 22 2015

like this only sepearate http://ecx.images-a...05%2B-L._SY300_.jpg
The uniqueness of my idea is that each sticker is unique [pashute, Aug 22 2015]

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       wkte'ish, but [+] ; eagerly awaiting a roll of bicycle stickers.
FlyingToaster, Aug 22 2015
  

       I'm absolutely loving FTs twist of "bikes scored" stickers. You don't have to actually hit any bikes to have a row of 6 or 7 on your car giving a message to all the obnoxious Lance Armstrong wannabees out there sitting in the car lane making us all wait for him when the light turns green because he's too cool to keep to the right.
doctorremulac3, Aug 22 2015
  

       tsk. I don't mind the ones pretending they're cars.
FlyingToaster, Aug 22 2015
  

       Sp.: WWII (wwii looks like some sort of motion- sensing game; admittedly WWII had some aspects of that).
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 22 2015
  

       I though I WAS talking about a motion sensing device.
pashute, Aug 23 2015
  

       //I don't mind the ones pretending they're cars.//   

       Even when you miss the light because Lance there didn't think he was getting sufficient attention by riding on the right hand side?   

       Here's something I've noticed. It's never just somebody out for a bike ride wearing tennis shoes and shorts that do this move, it's always the person putting on a show for everybody by holding up traffic. They've got the 3 thousand dollar bike and they're dressed like they're in the Tour De France, little clip on shoe pedal assembly, aerodynamic helmet, lots of writing on the jersey like they've got dozens of corporate sponsors. I know exactly what they're wearing because I have to sit there staring at them when the light turns green while he crawls through the intersection holding up the cars behind him.   

       I ride a bike myself sometimes but I'm a big believer in keeping bikes, cars and pedestrians as far apart as possible.
doctorremulac3, Aug 23 2015
  
      
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