Fads are funny. Sometimes funny "ha, ha" and sometimes funny "peculiar." I'd say this one ranks somewhere in-between. This is one fad that, as far as I know, has not hit Las Vegas yet. And you'd think it would, since we're loaded to the Stetsons with--as The Other Half calls them--Trans-Westites. We've got plenty of "Cowboy Up" bumper stickers, even a few of the Cowgirl variety (mostly on Subarus--you do the math). But so far, I have never seen a set of balls on the back of a truck or car.
My first instinct upon seeing a vehicle with testicles hanging from it would be that the driver really likes low hangers. So I'm thinking that the placement of these little doo-hickeys may be attracting attention to the driver that they are not intended to garner. Though based on my friend Marky's experience, oh yes, they can be had.
So watch out, you Floridians flouting the law--Marky lives in Florida now. . .
Florida moves to ban fake testicles on vehicles
TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Reuters) - Senate lawmakers in Florida have voted to ban the fake bull testicles that dangle from the trailer hitches of many trucks and cars throughout the state. . .
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