You may have seen the My Family™ stickers in operation. They’re the silhouette stick figure decals people stick on their back car window that in theory serve as avatars for the typical conglomerate within the vehicle. Mum, dad, two kids, the dog. That sort of thing.
You do have to hand it to the creator. They’ve been heartily embraced by middle and lower-middle Australia and to me it seems as if every second family-type car has them on their window.
I wonder too how the stickers work when the family arrangement gets more complex?
Recently I was following a car with the stickers on. The My Family family was emblazoned, left to right, on the left side of the window and seemed on the surface a typical arrangement of Dad / Mum / Kid / Kid / Pet.
Only they’d left their previous decal—a tramp stamp like butterfly decal— in the lower middle of the window.
So it fully looked like Mothra was coming for them...