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Topic # 111105 24-Oct-2012 09:13
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So are the kiwi's the "hit" rate while on tour?



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  Reply # 705502 24-Oct-2012 09:19
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  Reply # 705507 24-Oct-2012 09:20
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I don't get it.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 705508 24-Oct-2012 09:22
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Obviously my mind works somewhat differently then... Reminded me of the "downed aircraft" hit rate that fighter pilots used to have painted on the side of their planes.

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  Reply # 705516 24-Oct-2012 09:38
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allan: Obviously my mind works somewhat differently then... Reminded me of the "downed aircraft" hit rate that fighter pilots used to have painted on the side of their planes.

A family friend has two myna birds on her car since she managed to run down two of them :)

Whenever I see those stick-figure "family" stickers on cars my first thought is always that they've run down a whole family!

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  Reply # 705517 24-Oct-2012 09:41
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I thought the same thing when I first saw the back of one of those buses!
The kiwis are actually punched holes ventilating the engine. Stylish really - make a feature out of a necessity.

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  Reply # 705522 24-Oct-2012 09:48
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Behodar:
allan: Obviously my mind works somewhat differently then... Reminded me of the "downed aircraft" hit rate that fighter pilots used to have painted on the side of their planes.

A family friend has two myna birds on her car since she managed to run down two of them :)

Whenever I see those stick-figure "family" stickers on cars my first thought is always that they've run down a whole family!


I have a stack of those family things pre cut in my car, handy for adding a dog or new family member when at the supermarket carpark, gym etc. Must confuse the bejeesus out of people.

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  Reply # 705523 24-Oct-2012 09:52
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LOL I always think that too.

'Splat' Oops, better paint another kiwi on the back of the bus.

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  Reply # 705524 24-Oct-2012 09:53
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Behodar: Whenever I see those stick-figure "family" stickers on cars my first thought is always that they've run down a whole family!


Speaking of stick figure families and inappropriate advertising...

I saw a car the other day with said "family" stickers on it,  Although there was only two,  a mum and a dad,  the caption read "making a family" while the characters were going at it doggy style......





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  Reply # 705852 24-Oct-2012 18:42
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Find that car and take a pic! That's awesome!

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  Reply # 705863 24-Oct-2012 19:09
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Behodar: Whenever I see those stick-figure "family" stickers on cars my first thought is always that they've run down a whole family!


Speaking of stick figure families and inappropriate advertising...

I saw a car the other day with said "family" stickers on it,  Although there was only two,  a mum and a dad,  the caption read "making a family" while the characters were going at it doggy style......



A chick in CHC does them on her vinyl cutter and sells them on TM..

Also saw a offroader with 'run you stick figure bastar...' and his truck heading for them :)

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  Reply # 705865 24-Oct-2012 19:10
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wellygary: I saw a car the other day with said "family" stickers on it,  Although there was only two,  a mum and a dad,  the caption read "making a family" while the characters were going at it doggy style......


Our car has this:



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