I have to say – I hate window stickers on cars that tell bad people exactaly how…

03 Jul 2012 admin In G+ Posts

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I have to say – I hate window stickers on cars that tell bad people exactaly how many people are in my family and who they can take advantage of..

That said this sticker set from ThinkGeek is pretty cool…..I might need to order these and stick them all over stuff like the Danbo's in so many photos…


We had some fun conversations in the office as we tried to come up with families that we could create with this set of stickers. Dad as Darth Vader, Mom as Slave Leia? Ew, no. Dad as Chewbacca, Mom as Padmé Amidala? Let's not think about that. Dad as Han Solo and Mom as Leia would work, but would they really produce a Yoda and a tiny Stormtrooper?

Show off your family's love of Star Wars with this set of 50 character decals, featuring 19 distinct characters from the saga. Everyone can pick the character that suits them best with plenty of decals left over for a second vehicle, a bedroom window, or an X-wing Fighter. If anyone asks about the canonically-impossible family on your back windshield, just blame your children. Nobody could be mad at their adorable faces for pairing up Luke Skywalker and C3PO.

Product Features

Family member decals based on the Star Wars universe

Show off your family's love of Star Wars on your cars
Includes 50 decals total, 19 distinct characters

Characters included:

Tall characters: Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, C3PO, Obi Wan Kenobi, Padmé Amidala, Slave Leia, Boba Fett, Chewbacca, Stormtrooper

Short characters: Yoda, Jawa, Ewok, R2-D2, Little Stormtrooper, Little
Princess Leia, Little Luke Skywalker

Officially licensed Lucasfilm collectible
Exclusive product designed by ThinkGeek
Sticks to any clean, flat surface (best on windows!)


Comments: 13

  1. Speaking of stickers on cars, I always wondered why people put those "Baby onboard" or "Baby inside" signs on their windows?  What are these people trying to say to other drivers?

  2. Brent Burzycki 3 Jul 2012 Reply

    +David Shimabukuro I have no idea really… I work as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff – and it freaks people out when I know more about them when i walk up to the window just from what I have read off the back of their car…My suggestion is to not paste your private information on the back of your car… it will be used against you…

    Although I am thinking that I am going to get a sticker for my F350 Ford Pickup that says – "Prius On Board" I ate it…

  3. +David Shimabukuro  "baby on board" is meant to say "I am driving carefully because I have a child in the car, please be respectful and cautious, too"… as for the stickers with how many members of the family, their names, activities, etc… that is too much information to have on your car and is putting your family in danger.

  4. Brent Burzycki 3 Jul 2012 Reply

    +Sharon Strandskov nothing like walking up on a car and saying so – how are your three kids – Blah, Blah and blah… how was their soccer game the other day and I see they are doing well in school with two honor students..

    I rather say – how are your two jedi knights and your wookie..?

  5. But why do drivers have to be extra cautious if theres a baby in the car?  Shouldn't you drive cautious no matter what the age of the person in the car?

  6. hahaha yes that is much more fun, asking how someone's wookie is doing! I can see people watching a kid walk out of a car, making note of which one they are on the picture and approaching them in a store when the parent isn't looking.

  7. Brent Burzycki 3 Jul 2012 Reply

    +David Shimabukuro How about we change it to:

    "Pull your head out your but – stop talking on the phone – shaving and doing you makeup and drive your car!"

    Might be a big sign….

  8. +David Shimabukuro Should? Yes, absolutely. I didn't say it made complete sense. That being said, when I am stuck behind someone slow, I am sometimes relieved to know they at least have a reason for being so slow, they may be a terrified new mom who is afraid of getting into an accident with her baby in the car.

  9. Either that or everybody should put the "Baby on board" sign in their car and this world would be a lot safer on the streets..!

  10. +David Shimabukuro Nobody pays attention to those signs anymore anyway, they are busy doing the things +Brent Burzycki just called them out on

  11. Brent Burzycki 3 Jul 2012 Reply

    +Sharon Strandskov it is frightening…. social engineering works very well as a criminal… we write all about it on our site… http://www.coptalk.info   actually we wrote an entire book… if you want a copy – I will happily send you one… as long as you give me an honest review became we are thinking about re-writing it….

  12. If you are looking for feedback, I will take a look (o:  It is pretty scary how easy it must be to be a criminal in this age of info being everywhere

  13. Brent Burzycki 3 Jul 2012 Reply

    +Sharon Strandskov just private message me a shipping address.. if you hate it you can just throw it at some dirtbag that might be following you one day and its done its job…

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