Our parent’s generation used to have military belts and caps in their cars to avoid police harassment, but clearly, that never stopped them. Here are eight memes that will bang as car stickers, and scare the police and annoying ass Nigerians while at it.
1. The “I have your time today” meme
This meme will be a great car sticker because if someone hits your car, it will be the first thing they see before you come down to swear for them. What a way to prepare them for your werey.
2. The “God abeg” meme
This meme would work great when you overtake that one car that caused traffic because they wanted to buy plantain chips and coke. Just make sure it’s big enough so they can see it properly.
3. The “Why can’t you respect traffic lights?” meme
This car sticker should be on your side mirrors so that when you are driving beside mad people, they don’t miss it.
4. The “Why are you fighting with a trailer?” meme
For those people that like to drive close to trailers, you can just print a lot of these and throw them into their windows. When you’re in standstill traffic, paste it on their windshields.
5. The “Is it because I look calm?” meme
If you are the quiet type, with this meme as a sticker on your car, we can guarantee you a very peaceful driving existence. Nothing scares Nigerians like calm Nigerians with agbero tendencies.
6. The “My village people don’t get paid enough” meme
This meme would be the perfect car sticker for new learners that grow wings overnight. Hit any car you want on the road; them no fit to touch you. Nigerians like to carry shoulder when you beg them. Don’t.
7. The “Mind your business” meme
There is always that one person that will try to give you unnecessary car advice, print this meme on your bonnet and watch them act right.
8. The “Eniola Salami” meme
How will they know that you are not a gangster if you don’t tell them? This meme is more powerful than the naira, use with caution.
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