Nothing Like a Good Bumper Sticker to Keep the Thoughts Coming

So this entry is sort of a combo one, which is why I put it in two categories. Life in Oakland is always interesting. Sometimes in a vexing sort of way. Sometimes in an inspiring sort of way. Sometimes in an enlightened sort of way. You get the idea.

Here’s a bumper sticker I read, and I have to say that I’m still a little confused. But it got me wondering, marveling, chuckling (pretty much in that order too). And I like that in a bumper sticker. A sort of stick to your brain kind of thing, an intellectual version of soaked muesli for breakfast. I like things that require some mulling over.

Here it is, in all it’s strangeness. See what you can make of it:

“The hardest thing about a zombie apocalypse will be pretending I’m not excited”

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I am a Pilates instructor with a lot on my mind.
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2 Responses to Nothing Like a Good Bumper Sticker to Keep the Thoughts Coming

  1. Alexa says:

    I have heard zombies mentioned so many times in the last year! I just don’t get it… kinda like the vampire craze that was/is happening. Even while we were moving; I’d bemoaned all of our boxes of books and suggested we get rid of some. My friend Charlie (one of our helpers) joked, “Don’t do that! You’ll need them to burn in case of a zombie apocalypse!” Weirdo.

    • elizatwist says:

      Huh! So there’s some zombie craze going on… Well, I suppose that the best first step of building an arsenal is knowledge. Now we won’t be able to say that we didn’t see it coming.

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