from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sticker bearing a printed message for display on a vehicle's bumper.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An adhesive label or decal, usually applied to the bumper or back end of an automobile, and displaying a short political, promotional, philosophical, or humorous message.
- n. Metaphorically, said of canned insight; a slogan or saying that is trite or lacks depth.
Doug Berry was his name, and this ridiculously childish pickup truck with the offensively childish bumper sticker about divers on the back had a license plate from Suffolk County down on Long Island.
He ï¬ipped on his blinker and pulled into the oncoming lane, ï¬ooring it as he passed an old truck with a bumper sticker that said, Honk If You Love Jesus.
On the landward side of Doug Berry’s domain was the gravel width of customer parking area, containing at the moment only Berry’s custom-packaged black (with blue and silver trim) Ford pickup, with the inevitable bumper sticker on the back: DIVERS GO DEEPER.