If there is one thing that all of us have, it is an opinion. We might not agree with each other on the specifics very often but that doesn’t stop us from feeling the way we want to feel. Sometimes, our opinions even make us a little crazy, and it can spark some controversy or perhaps even separate us from each other.
When we have an opinion, there typically isn’t much we wouldn’t do to show it to the world. In some cases, we might write a letter (or an email) to someone that can do something about it. At other times, we just display the opinion for the world to see. It gives us the chance to perhaps find some supporters and to let others know where we stand on a particular issue.
One of the ways we have showed our opinions over the years is by displaying them on our cars in the form of a bumper sticker. I don’t know about you, but I have seen just about everything you could possibly imagine on the bumper of the car in front of me. In more recent years, it has switched from the bumper to the back window. This is even more “in your face” and like it or not, you are going to see it when it is on the car in front of you.
From time to time, we see these window stickers and they annoy us. At other times, they make us chuckle to ourselves. That is especially true when they are unfortunately designed, like the one pictured below. It was posted on twitter and now the internet can’t get enough of it.
really just spent two minutes like "why would you shame someone with tuna?" pic.twitter.com/jACWpwJBET
— tech fleece tormund (@the_blueprint) August 28, 2017
I’ve heard about body shaming but tuna shaming? That is going a bit too far.
It took a long time for the original poster to see that it wasn’t tuna shaming, it was a cross and a person saying they were unashamed of their religious beliefs.
This post really got twitter going.
Oh wow, even after knowing it's a cross and not a t, I still pronounced the rest "oona-shamed" and did NOT get it's just "unashamed"
— Taylor Tune Tracy (@taylortunetracy) August 28, 2017
Then the puns started:
I'm not tunashamed…I have a personal relationship with Cod.
— Paul Minda (@PaulMinda1) August 29, 2017
When my faith started to flounder, I accepted Cod too…. just for the halibut.
— Better Whirled (@betterwhirled) August 29, 2017
Maybe they actually were tunashamed:
— el myerman (@myerman) August 29, 2017
Tuna knows what it did. pic.twitter.com/l5RpToZftg
— brx0 (@brx0) August 29, 2017
If you have a problem with a fish, you have the right to put it on a bumper sticker. Better yet, why not go down to the local seafood restaurant and enjoy some right now?
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