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Old 02-23-2019, 04:41 PM   #1
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What the Heck Does This Mean?

I saw this decal today:



What does that mean? I figured it meant the woman was pregnant, but unless she's expecting twins ...

I guess "this bitch" refers to the car. Weird.
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Old 02-23-2019, 04:46 PM   #2
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Asked teenagers near my home. They advised the decal means

We mean business. Don't mess with us.
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Old 02-23-2019, 04:49 PM   #3
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I saw this decal today:




I guess "this bitch" refers to the car.
So, same as baby on board?
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Old 02-23-2019, 04:51 PM   #4
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Asked teenagers near my home. They advised the decal means

We mean business. Don't mess with us.
How does that match up?

eta: Maybe I don't want to know.
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Old 02-23-2019, 04:53 PM   #5
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How does that match up?

eta: Maybe I don't want to know.
Teenagers have their own versions of the English language. Other teens might have a different say-so. I just shake my head and go along.
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So, same as baby on board?
That’s what I was thinking. Kids on board.
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Funny, I saw a pink one of those today. No idea what it means either.
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Old 02-23-2019, 05:26 PM   #8
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Google it in the “urban dictionary” ��
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yes seems like 'kids on board'
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And what a good lesson to the kids on how to speak. Once I heard someone say to his toddler, "Get over here, you MF."
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That is strange...
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And what a good lesson to the kids on how to speak. Once I heard someone say to his toddler, "Get over here, you MF."
Someone else who was “#UnapologeticallyMe.”
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Old 02-24-2019, 03:37 AM   #13
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Saw a few young people that parked their sporty cars next to my vehicle at the local food store in Florida. I casually started a conversation with them about their window sticker. They were happy to tell me that the B$#%& refers to their ride ( that's car) and they are the kids that are loud and proud to own and cruise in it. I'm sure every young person will have a different outlook on this.
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So, same as baby on board?
That's my take
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That's my take
+1 and the parents have an attitude.
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That the driver is someone who puts the "ass" in "classy".

Or the driver isn't concerned about being taken seriously at work. That decal makes them look juvenile, which would make sense if it's a teenager's ride. If I saw a 40-year-old driving it, I'd wonder WTF is wrong with them.
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If I saw a 40-year-old driving it, I'd wonder WTF is wrong with them.
Well, people are waiting until later to have kids these days...
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"Kids up in this Bitch" Are they saying the person reading it is a bitch? Or is the car a bitch? Kids up - does that mean they are awake? And Kids assuming there are more than one kid (which certainly does not mean a goat).
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It definitely means "kids in the car"
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Baby on board seems like the obvious meaning. However teenager lingo at least what was described to me by the local kids in town seem to have a different meaning. Bitch refers to their vehicle and kids refer to themSelves as loud and proud to be driving their vehicle around town. and to not mess with them or their car.
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