Bumper snickers

 

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  1. LOLOLOLOL!!!!! These are great!

    The “IM SMRAT” license plate reminds me of the time my dear husband asked me: “How do you spell stupid?”

    Seriously. I should have gotten an award for answering him with a straight face and no sarcastic jokes. Of course, I would have had to forfeit the award later, for telling everybody about it.

    My hubby says he struggles with spelling because his first language was Polish. Okay. 😀

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    • If I ever attempted to learn Polish, I’m sure I would struggle with the spelling. (As a child I won multiple spelling bees, including against other students who were much older than I, but that was in my native language. 🙂 )

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      • I agree, Polish is way too complicated for me. But I like to tease him about his English because, you know, we put the FUN in dysfunction. 😀

        As I understand it, when we are children our developing brain only has a brief window of time when it is optimal for learning language. My husband learned mostly Polish during that time, because his Polish grandmother was his primary caregiver. After she died and he started first grade, he switched completely over to English. Now, he can no longer speak or understand Polish, with the exception of a half dozen words or so. But I am sure that the timing of when he learned his first language, is the reason why English spelling is so hard for him. It certainly isn’t due to a lack of “smrats”!

        That’s so cool that you won all those spelling bees. English and spelling were my favorite subjects in elementary school. But I never had the opportunity to be part of a spelling bee. I don’t know that I would have done so well, though. Stage fright… 😱

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        • As a child I had excellent vision and a highly visual memory, so that I had only to see a word once and I would remember how to spell it. Spelling was my favorite subject in elementary school precisely because it was so easy for me. I was able to excel in it without any effort at all. I couldn’t understand the kids who struggled with it. It wasn’t until I was quite a bit older, and took some classes in subjects that were challenging for me, that I began to understand that spelling was just as much of a struggle for some kids as algebra and chemistry were for me. It was a very humbling experience.

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  2. Tag agency lady: What does NOFKSGVN mean?

    Car owner: Oh, it’s short for my home town, Norfolk, Virginia.

    Tag lady: Oh, how nice.

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