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  # 1998126 17-Apr-2018 21:31
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James Bond:

 

Baby on Board signs. 

 

 

 

 

I always felt Durex missed an opportunity - they should have given away branded "No Baby On Board" signs!






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  # 1998227 18-Apr-2018 00:46
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James Bond:


Baby on Board signs. 



 


I always felt Durex missed an opportunity - they should have given away branded "No Baby On Board" signs!





https://www.ebay.com/p/No-Baby-on-Board-Durex-Sex-Adult-Funny-Car-Bumper-Vinyl-Sticker-Decal-5-x5/1683456850

Don't know if it is part of their official marketing. Either way, you can get them. And I'm sure that I have seen a car in NZ with the above sticker.





 
 
 
 


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  # 1998365 18-Apr-2018 10:35
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James Bond:

 

Baby on Board signs. 

 

 

Think of them as a target.

 

 





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  # 1998376 18-Apr-2018 10:41
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Rikkitic:

 

James Bond:

 

Baby on Board signs. 

 

 

Think of them as a target.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I remember seeing one a few years back that said " Mother in law in boot"





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  # 1998387 18-Apr-2018 10:57
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People who never seem to open their curtains.


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  # 1998506 18-Apr-2018 12:55
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People who never seem to open their curtains.

 

 

Be happy that they do. They're probably having sex and don't want to offend the neighbours.

 

 


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The very frequent updating of some apps in Google Play store.

 

I have some bloat-ware apps within the system partition disabled, so I have app updates set to manual to prevent them from updating.

 

Of the two dozen apps that need updating today, more than half were last updated within the last 2 weeks.

 

Why so frequent?





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  # 1998529 18-Apr-2018 13:19
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MikeAqua:

 

Why so frequent?

 

 

Maybe they can't get it right the first time.

 

 





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  # 1998536 18-Apr-2018 13:28
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DarthKermit:

 

People who never seem to open their curtains.

 

 

People who don't close their curtains when they really should.





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  # 1998583 18-Apr-2018 14:04
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Rikkitic:

 

MikeAqua:

 

Why so frequent?

 

 

Maybe they can't get it right the first time.

 

 

 

 

Testing in production.





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  # 1998642 18-Apr-2018 15:10
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geoffwnz: 
Rikkitic: 
MikeAqua: Why so frequent?

 

 Maybe they can't get it right the first time.
Testing in production.

 

Also known as "Agile Development".  It's the new Black.


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  # 1998759 18-Apr-2018 16:37
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James Bond:

 

Baby on Board signs. 

 

 

You can have this alternate sticker: "No baby with a stupid name on board."





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  # 1998807 18-Apr-2018 17:56
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frankv:

 

DarthKermit:

 

People who never seem to open their curtains.

 

 

Be happy that they do. They're probably having sex and don't want to offend the neighbours.

 

 

What else is something that annoys me?

 

People who are getting sex!


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Bright LED headlights on some new vehicles, and drivers who don't keep their headlights dipped when oncoming traffic is driving towards them.. Even some of them when dipped are still really powerful and white and IMO are a distraction to oncoming drivers. I am surprised they are allowed due to safety.


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Bright LED headlights on some new vehicles, and drivers who don't keep their headlights dipped when oncoming traffic is driving towards them.. Even some of them when dipped are still really powerful and white and IMO are a distraction to oncoming drivers. I am surprised they are allowed due to safety.

 

 

Especially if one comes over a crest of a hill. Dazzler !

 

It's worse when you are older, as the eyes blue response takes a longer time to settle down, so you are blinded for quite a while.





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