Forget speed dating and turn to bumper sticker screenings for an instant peek into the mindset of a potential partner. What someone chooses to affix to his/her car, speaks volumes.
Do you want to drive through life with a lover or a fighter? The politically charged who bash opponents, versus wave flags of support, may adopt a similar approach in love and relationships. It’s a matter of style, versus right or wrong.
People use their vehicles as moving billboards promoting their top of mind interests and beliefs. If you “like it hot,” and your date’s car is plastered with Xtreme skiing stickers, you better think twice. Your future together could entail taking separate vacations.
Unlike texting, a bumper sticker is not easily deleted or lost in scrolling. It’s a deliberate and revealing shout-out, inviting self imposed profiling. Shepard Fairey’s Make Art, Not War decal, has my vote!
In keeping with the saying, “never judge a book by the cover,” don’t judge a date by the car he/she drives. Instead, start reading for clues to see if you will have more, or less, compatible “I love you” moments.