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Bumper Stickers for Genealogists

Sunday, 24 May 2009 | by Mark Tucker

Going along on a similar car train of thought as the genealogy license plates here and here, I created some sayings for genealogy-related bumper stickers.  As far as I know these are original creations:

  • My Fred is dead. Is yours?
  • My Cherokee princess ancestor is more documented than your Cherokee princess ancestor.
  • Researching your ancestors is a grave pastime.
  • Genealogy is so much fun people are dying to help you out.
  • Slow down; you could be my 3rd cousin twice removed.
  • Genealogists are strong; they break through brick walls.
  • Genealogy is all around. Just look at the evidence.
  • I’m tops on my ahnentafel!
  • No kidding! You are also President Obama’s fourth cousin once removed?
  • Mission Genealogical: microfilm is not just for spies.
  • Citing sources is so exciting.

As a genealogist or family historian, what would you want on a bumper sticker?

BONUS:

You know when you are driving behind a genealogist when …

… the SUV in front of you has the entire back window covered with white stick-people stickers to form a 4-generation pedigree chart.

 

NOTE: I created this post a few days ago while I was still on a roll with the license plates.  My plan was to post it on Tuesday after the holiday weekend.  Then along comes Randy Seaver with his Saturday Night Genealogy Fun — Create a Bumper Sticker challenge so I’ve decided to post this now.  Technically it is now early Sunday morning (its just after midnight) but I have been working all night on an article for Digital Genealogist and just saw Randy’s post.  No time now to Photoshop bumper stickers, maybe another day.  Hopefully I can make up for it with quantity.

3 Comments »

  1. If I had only a fraction of the creative juices that must flow through your veins, I could bottle it and make a fortune! Sorry to have missed Group D’s discussion a couple of weeks ago but will see you on June 4th for our next one.

    Comment by Sheri Fenley — 24 May 2009 @ 1:30 am

  2. Hi Mark,

    I’m sorry I stepped on your post with my SNGF. It seemedl ike a fun idea at the time.

    I like yours!

    Cheers — Randy

    Comment by Randy Seaver — 25 May 2009 @ 6:30 pm

  3. i saw this at an archives center- “Geneaology- where you confuse the dead and irritate the living”
    maybe you can use this somewhere

    Comment by Claudia Rieger — 26 May 2009 @ 7:42 am

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