12 Maltese Car Decals That'll Make You Cringe
The bar keeps getting lower and lower
We've all heard of the notorious "I Wish You Thrice You Wish To Me" car decals that roam the streets of Malta. But thanks to the Facebook group Skritturi Fuq Vetturi, we've all realised that it's only the tip of the iceberg. Here are some of our favourites.
1. Put your money where you clothes... were?
We're still on Number 1, and the cringe is already extremely strong. #PoodlePower
2. Spelling out the infamous horn gesture
Ward off those preying wizards with a touch of class. A very small touch. Miniscule, really.
3. Extremely useful information
Currently still in the possession of one of the many batshit drivers out there.
4. Where is my mind?
There seems to be a running theme with this insane driver concept, and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere any time soon.
5. This cannot be real
Yes, that does say what you think it says. Your eyes didn't deceive you.
6. Well, technically...
Your display of masculinity is indeed impressive.
7. This guys means a serious business
We're going to avoid highlighting that grammatical error that thinly-disguised threat; mostly because we were planning to live the rest of our lives without having to constantly look over our shoulders.
8. You do you honey
Honestly, there's a time and place for everything, and this might not be either.
9. I wash my hands (but not my car)
This one is textbook comedy gold; start with a build-up of something that looks extremely familiar, then switch things round in the last second. Dear unknown driver, we salute you.
10. The classic loose
There had to be at least one of these classic mistakes. We just hope this driver didn't get a matching tattoo.
11. Well done?
Proof that royalty is a frame of mind. We're not sure whether to applaud this driver's confidence or to point out the obvious.
12. Mum jokes will (sadly) never die
Because you know, if you're ever stuck for a cool and witty message, why not offend someone on the most primitive and archaic level? Oh Malta, never change. (or do, please).