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Ponderisms! Now that’s something fun!


And what can be more fun than dressing up your dog for Halloween?

Am I the only one in the whole wide world that doesn’t know what a “ponderism” is?  Now that I think about it, I can’t be.  I went to the dictionary and looked for an official definition and came up empty handed!

Well, maybe one of my fearless readers will suggest a definition of “ponderism” but in the meantime, here are some great examples!

  • How important does a person have to be before they are considered assassinated instead of just murdered?
  • Why are you IN a movie, but you’re ON TV?
  • If money doesn’t grow on trees then why do banks have branches?
  • Since bread is square, then why is sandwich meat round?
  • Do Lipton Tea employees take coffee breaks?
  • Why doesn’t glue stick to the bottle?
  • What disease did cured ham actually have?
  • How is it that we put man on the moon before we figured out it would be a good idea to put wheels on luggage?
  • If corn oil is made from corn, and vegetable oil is made from vegetables, what is baby oil made from?
  • If people evolved from apes, why are there still apes?
  • What hair color do they put on the driver’s licenses of bald men?

Funny animal videos!

catpawswithoutlineYou can never get enough funny animal videos!  They’re just like Fun Car Tattoo magnets!  They both put a smile on your face!

Check out this really cute animal video.  It will make you smile!

Jo Anne


It’s all about fun… Extreme Sheepherding, Border Collies and Corgis!

yoristamp3When I think of fun, I think really cute dog paw car magnets from Fun Car Tattoos.  Though… this week I went to the Wine Country Corgi party and that was total fun.  I counted 52 of those little devil dogs, including my dog Yori – the cutest one of the bunch!   A good time was had by all – and some of the corgis got to try out their hand at sheepherding.

But even my corgi can’t hold a candle to these border collies.  Check out this video! You won’t believe that it’s dogs and sheep!

Jo Anne


pawillustratorforblogP.S.  And don’t forget to check out these fun dog paw car magnets!

Carbon Footprint Car Magnets!


Fun Car Tattoos got even more fun!  I wanted to find something more “green” to sell on my website and I just found it… Show the World You Care Car Magnets!

Carbon Footprint magnets from Fun Car Tattoos are just $6 each and are approximately 4″ x 8″.  Not only would they look great on your car, but they bring attention to the impact that our lifestyles have on the environment.

Let’s all start right now to help the environment.  Here are Seven Simple Steps for Living Green!

1.  Get a Greenfoot magnet for your car… The symbol of environmental awareness. Displaying a Greenfoot car magnet on your vehicle lets others know that you’ve made the decision to live green.

2.  OUTSMART YOUR APPLIANCES. If you must use them, then run your dishwasher and your laundry machine only when you have a full load.

3.  Grow something green … whether you have an acre of land or just a windowsill, you can grow something… plant a garden, or plant a tree. Plants give off oxygen and that helps us all. Indoors use a counter or a window for herb gardens. (Get ideas at )

4.  Recycle in the kitchen, it’s simple…separate your paper, plastics, and cans. By recycling you will be producing less waste in our landfills.

5.  Elect to use a coffee mug for your brew instead of disposable cups, (some coffee shops will give discounts when you bring your own mug).

6.  Eliminate excessive energy use…turn off lights when you are not in the room. In the winter turn down your thermostat at night. In warm weather open a window at night or use a fan, instead of using your AC.

7.  Now spread the word, awareness is key. Together we will make a difference and change our world!

Pizza Trivia!

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Here at Fun Car Tattoos, it’s all about fun!  When we aren’t thinking of our cute dog paw car magnets, we are thinking about fun!

And… what could be more fun than eating PIZZA?  Yummy…Yummy!  It’s my favorite!  And here’s some great pizza trivia from the Pizza Industry!

Americans eat approximately 100 acres of pizza EACH DAY, or about 350 slices per second.

Pizza is a $30+ BILLION per year industry. There are approximately 69,000 pizzerias in the United States. Approximately 3 BILLION pizzas are sold in the U.S. each year.

Pizzerias represent 17% of all restaurants.

Pizza accounts for more that 10% of all food service sales.

93% of Americans eat AT LEAST one pizza per month.

Each man, woman and child in America eats and average of 46 slices, (23 pounds), of pizza per year.

Italian food ranks as the most popular ethnic food in America.

According to a recent Gallop Poll, children between the ages of 3 and 11 prefer PIZZA over all other food groups for lunch and dinner.

94% of the population of the U.S. eats pizza.

pizzaFavorite Pizza Toppings in the United States

Pepperoni is by far America’s favorite topping, (36% of all pizza orders). Approximately 251,770,000 pounds of pepperoni are consumed on pizzas annually. Other popular pizza toppings are mushrooms, extra cheese, sausage, green pepper and onions.

Gourmet toppings are gaining ground in some areas of the country such as chicken, oysters, crayfish, dandelions, sprouts, eggplant, Cajun shrimp, artichoke hearts and tuna. More recent trends include game meats such as venison, duck and Canadian bacon.

US pizza makers have turned breakfast into a pizza-eating opportunity by adapting peanut butter & jelly, and, bacon & egg toppings to their pizzas.

Mozzarella cheese represents 30% of total cheese output. Production of Italian cheeses such as mozzarella, provolone, ricotta, parmesan and Romano by U.S. cheese makers more than doubled between 1980 and 1992, from 688.6 MILLION pounds per year to nearly 2 BILLION pounds per year.

62% of Americans prefer meat toppings on their pizza, while 38% prefer vegetarian toppings.

Women are twice as likely as men to order vegetarian toppings on their pizza.

Favorite World-Wide Pizza Toppings

Around the world, pizza toppings vary greatly; reflecting regional tastes, indigenous foods and cultural preferences.

In Caracas, Venezuelans love pizza as much as anywhere in the world. Predominantly, pizzas are separated into to varieties: the “artisan” type, made in ovens with wood fires and, the “commercial” type, (Dominos, Papa Johns, etc). They have tomato based pizzas and cream based pizzas and with a lot of toppings: mozzarella, (some times bufala cheese), anchovies, olives, artichokes, pepperoni, sausage, onion, bacon, mushroom, tomato, goat cheese, and corn. The most popular toppings being pepperoni, vegetarian and anchovies.

Some of the more popular international toppings in India are pickled ginger, minced mutton and “paneer,” (a form of cottage cheese), which looks quite like tofu but is obviously a dairy product. Tandoori chicken and chicken “tikka” are also increasingly popular toppings in India.

Mayo Jaga (mayonnaise, potato and bacon), and, eel and squid are favorites in Japan.

Brazilians favor green peas on top of their pizzas.

In Russia, they serve pizza covered with “mockba,” a combination of sardines, tuna, mackerel, salmon and onions. Red herring is also a topping of choice.

In France, a popular pizza combo is called the Flambé, with bacon, onion and fresh cream.

In Pakistan, curry is a big seller.

Australians enjoy shrimp and pineapple, as well as barbeque toppings on their pies.

Costa Ricans favor coconut on their pizzas.

Vegetable for pizza toppings in Iceland are grown in greenhouses because of the lava terrain there.

In the Netherlands, the “Double Dutch” is a favorite pizza recipe; double cheese, double onions and double beef.

Missed Gasparilla? Need pirate car magnets?

pirate1Darn… I missed Gasparilla! I bet it was a totally fun day to see the pirates invading my hometown of Tampa, Florida! Oh well! At least I can still tell you about my friendly pirate car magnets from Fun Car Tattoos!

A set of 2 Friendly Pirate Car Magnets sells for just $9. And… even if you missed the Gasparilla, you can be the first in your group to be ready for International Talk Like a Pirate Day which is coming up soon on September 19th!

Though… if you want to learn a little bit about the history of Gasparilla, keep reading!

History of Gasparilla

Gasparilla boats in Tampa bay The history and name of this Tampa tradition traces back to the legendary antics of Jose Gaspar. Gaspar reportedly patrolled the waters of West Florida during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. A society columnist with the Tampa Tribune is credited with creating a May festival in 1904 that first incorporated a pirate-inspired theme. The original members of Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla stormed Tampa on horseback before becoming seaworthy in 1911. The success of those early invasions prompted planners to move the celebration to its winter time slot and encouraged the creation of additional events.

Peace Symbol Car Magnets!

peacejpgHurray!  We have a new president!  Awesome!!!!  And… maybe there is some hope for Peace.  Wouldn’t that be great!?!?!  I, for one, am hoping that Peace is in the air!

I’m also hoping that other people think so too and want to put Peace Symbol magnets on their cars.  Look no further than Fun Car Tattoos for some really cute peace symbol car magnets.  A set of  3 peace symbol car magnets sells for just $8!  What a bargain.

Do you know the history of the Peace Symbol?  If not, read on!

The now universal symbol for peace is actually a symbolic representation of the semaphore flag alphabet. It is a combination of two different letters “N” and “D.” The original group to use the symbol as their logo was the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). The BBC adds that the circle around the symbol is a representation of the world. The peace sign made its way into the psychedelic United States of the sixties and the rest is history. Unfortunately, the world is still armed.

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