Seen over the last couple of days:
1) On the back of a battered Toyota Qualis zipping down a suburban lane in my city, a blue and white bumper sticker: "Lester Spell, Commissioner of Agriculture".
Meaning, a sticker urging votes for this gentleman. After some minimal digging, I believe it's this Lester Spell from Mississippi.
I'm so glad he's campaigning in Bombay. Should ensure his re-election. I hope he's also distributed stickers in that other popular hangout of Mississippians, Ougadougou.
2) At the end of a report in the Hindustan Times (July 14) about the New Era School, this sentence: "The SC also asked the school to provide transport facility at a 'confessional rate' to students so that they are not inconvenienced."
Should be interesting, those students travelling to and from school in their buses, confessing as they go. My suggestion: save a salary, ask the priest to drive the bus too.
3) On a blue T-shirt on a young mother waiting for her children at a football field, a sketched egg and this device: "Just Got Laid!"
About says it all.