Pink number plates?

In California they are trying to get Pink Ribbon license plates for cars. They could go along with ‘honk your horn if you support Breast Cancer awareness’ bumper stickers. In the UK there are strict regulations about the appearance of number plates so this would not be allowed, but I wonder if it is a good idea.

I also wonder if it would be possible to come up with a Metastatic Ribbon license plate for those of us who are Stage IV. Maybe this is something that METAvivor could think of doing, or is there a bumper sticker that we could come up with.

“More for Stage Four”
“30% research funding 4 30% with Metastatic Breast Cancer”
“Honk for a Cure for Stage IV”

Or could we have anatomically correct family stick people stickers that have been so fashionable over the last few years? Dad, Mum with one boob, and three children and a dog, cat, 2 rabbits and a Goldfish? Maybe it would be possible to have ‘Spot the Falsie’ T-shirts printed? What about a Pin-the-tail-on-the-falsie game? Though thinking about that it might be rather messy with all those punctured prostheses’ oozing heaven only knows what.

I think it is time that I went to be before this gets too silly. What? Too late for that? Perhaps you are right.


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