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Friday, April 04, 2008

You Know You're In Idaho When

In the Wal Mart parking lot.

29 comments:

dit said...

too funny.

christopherc said...

hmmm... is the last and smallest figure the prodigy of the first two (largest two) figures, or the middle two figures?

Nathan said...

Wow.

So the message I'm getting here is "We believe in Christ, capri pants, and low, low prices that come as a result of overworked, underpaid children in foreign countries"
:)

Nathan said...

Wait, wait... I've got another one!

The children ARE employees of Wal-Mart! They work in the back, stocking and unloading shipments!

Lemuel said...

Sadly, Nathan's first comment is probably very true.

Christopher said...

The middle child (the son) is gay...I'm never wrong about these things!

Sorted Lives said...

and your surprised by this? Have fun with your family! Chat soon.

Laurie said...

Glad you got there safe. I've seen
the ones where they have
'THE ASS FAMILY' ya know,
wise, smart, kiss, lazy,and dumb.

Breenlantern said...

I would have drawn little penises on all of them and wrote "A family that does drag together stays together" and made the cross a fabulous ball gown!

Ah well, freedom of expression and all that yadda yadda yadda

LSL said...

Oh my god, no. (Nathan's comment is really funny.)

LSL said...

Is that a soccer ball on the mom's t-shirt, like she's a soccer mom? Holy traditional gender roles!

Java said...

If not Idaho, then South Carolina. I have seen this in our Wal-Mart parking lot here. Also seen in the school pick-up lane, moms picking their kids up from school.

emeraldcityguy said...

I always wonder at those stickers. Isn't that just letting the pedophiles that hang out in Wal-Mart parking lots know how many kids they have and what gender they are?

oscar said...

I think that Idaho might be one of those states that I really don't need to visit...

Doug said...

And what isn't shown is the son wants to wear his older sister's dresses.

christopherc said...

After seeing the other comments and looking at the decal again; I'm wondering if the second character from the left isn't a man in bad drag. A homo-family in the shadow of the church being demoralized at wal-mart.

Palm Springs Savant said...

hee hee, well it is a slice of Americana.

Timmy said...

I agree. The middle child is gay. I'm a middle child. I'm just saying...

BTW...this is a sticker that can be purchased? What if there are more than three kids in the family? I see a Dr. Phil Show...or better yet, a Jerry Springer Show in this family's future. You know, the child who was left off of the sticker will have some kind of problem that will follow them around all of their life.

Ur-spo said...

gads but I hate those things
i want to get one with 2 men and an aardvark to see what will happen.

bardelf said...

Oh my. That's one I haven't seen. Scary.

RAD Homo said...

I have seen this all over Seattle as well...I want one with 2 men and 2 dogs and 1 cat!

wep601 said...

OH!! I see plenty of those in my neck of the woods in Oregon! WHEW! Pretty scary! And that's comin' from a Christian! ;-)

Michael Guy said...

It's really no worse than the 'jesus fish' thang that I see from time to time. Though I guess this one speaks about family. Which one is the hot tranny mess up in there?

WAT said...

Oh yes, I could only take Idaho in small doses then.

Billy said...

Where do you order the one with two men, two yorkshire Terriers and a parrot?

Love the new pic - model indeed! Look so dashing me'lad!

Cooper said...

I've never seen that decal here. How funny that Mom is covering her boobs with either a giant cookie or a soccer ball ... or is that supposed to be another symbolic stick-baby on the way? Oldest girl has a quirky smile. I think she's the cuckoo in the nest.

I like breenklatern's idea.

afod said...

I saw the picture and thought of the polygamist compound in Texas. It must be because even the husband and wife look like children.

Trailhead said...

I thought it was a pizza on mom's shirt.

I have noticed, since moving here, that public expressions of religiosity are a good deal more common than back in OR. And even more so than Indianapolis, which surprises me a little.

Keith said...

Is Mom pregnant again???? Or what us that thing on her shirt supposed to be? (A target?)

Btw, I hope you were just accidentally passing by the Wal-Mart parking lot, on your way to a good place to shop! : )