He puts up with it however. But no, he doesn't particularly like it on our car.
I've only had one bumper sticker in my life and that was about 15 years ago. I don't like to make statements while I am driving around town.
But I could not resist this one.
Today I even had a man who was driving next to me point to the back of my car and give a thumbs up!
Made my day.
This is the way I figure: If it inspires just one person go home and make dinner, it's worth it. I think many problems in families could be solved if there was a good dinner on the table most evenings.
Dennis likes what this sticker says, he just doesn't want anyone thinking he was the one who put it there. Maybe he doesn't want anyone thinking he makes dinner. But he never does, so it's okay.
He may not want people thinking he makes dinner (must be a generational thing), but he has no problem going to Time Out for Women with me this weekend. I tried to tell him that he may very well be the only man in the audience but that did not sway him. When I asked if he would like to go with me, he said, "Sure!' just like that. I meant it sort of as a joke...but hey, if he wants to go, there is no one I'd rather be with than him.
Hopefully I won't have a horror story to report later about them kicking him out.