~ A bumper sticker is an adhesive label or sticker with a message, intended to be attached to the bumper of an automobile and to be read by the occupants of other vehicles (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).
~ STICK UP means to stand up for somebody or something.
A fellow anti-fur activist has set a web page:
http://www.furkills.co.za – Get the facts about the fur industry before spending your money.
As part of our anti-fur campaign I thought it a good idea to give BUMPER STICKERS, as above, to people sympathetic to our cause. I was so enthusiastic that I paid for 1 500 stickers and was ready to print more!
Clearly I have been living in a fur-free cave for the past few decades, as bumper stickers are no longer popular. Some responses were, ‘I don’t do bumper stickers’, ‘No, not on my car’ and ‘I don’t have a bumper’.
I was surprised
Many years ago when I used to drive to university, bumper stickers were spotted on just about every car, similar to this arbitrary car below.
For some reason only known to the universe I would regularly find myself behind a student car with the following bumper sticker slogan.
Save the Whales. Harpoon a fat chick.
To this day I am not sure what this slogan means. I have a strong feeling, though, that it has nothing to do with whales but is sexist and offensive to women.
Of course what would really save the whales is if people stopped killing them!
However, the good news is that I persuaded some people to stick the bumper stickers anywhere, including on the back of public toilet doors where there is briefly a captive audience.