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are you seeing adorable little blue icons popping up under people's names like this:

these represent things that people like/are interested in!

to get bumper stickers under your name:


login ----> click "my profile" up in the bar of options up at the tip top of the screen ---> then click the little plus sign button next to "bumper stickers" ----> check the box next to the bumper stickers you want ---> click "submit"


As far as how many you can have, this is how that works:

- Normal people can have three bumper stickers.

- People with six or more apples can have six bumper stickers.

- Pie people can have three more (3+3=6 or 6+3=9)
 
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I miss a sticker meaning I am interested in natural fibers (growing in permaculture, and textile crafts)
 
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It would be awesome and funny to have purple bumper stickers for things like biodynamics, christianity, etc
 
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How about one for homesteading. Perhaps a person holding a putchfork?

What about horses? Perhaps a silhouette of a horse trotting or cantering would be recognizable.
 
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Sorry if this is a101 question but what are pie people?
 
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pie is a new feature

Chadwick Holmes wrote:Sorry if this is a101 question but what are pie people?

 
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I see, thanks I must have missed that in my recent busy spell.....so this is like "forum supporter" on other forums.....nice!
 
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Ooooh, thinking of fun bumper stickers to have, I'd love one for Cascadia (maybe the Douglas Fir?) I know the more we have, the harder it is to make them distinct, but it'd be fun to have them for our regions, too. I also really like the idea for having one for fiber-crafts and various subcultures/faiths that are here. There's also a lot of prepper/survivalists, so maybe one for the survivalist forum, too?

Edit: Tried my hand at a Fiber icon, figuring yarn/string was likely the most universal thing about all the different fiber arts. It definitely still needs work, but it's my bedtime!
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Nicole Alderman wrote: I also really like the idea for having one for fiber-crafts ... Tried my hand at a Fiber icon, figuring yarn/string was likely the most universal thing about all the different fiber arts. It definitely still needs work, but it's my bedtime!


I have ideas for a 'fiber icon' too, but I'm not used to drawing with the computer
 
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hey everyone! thanks for the ideas: I am thinking it would be good if you could give your bumper sticker suggestions in this thread
 
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Cassie Langstraat wrote:hey everyone! thanks for the ideas: I am thinking it would be good if you could give your bumper sticker suggestions in this thread



Sorry I missed that one I was preoccupied. Fun list!
 
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Just some feedback: I like the bumper stickers, cool to see what folks are into!
 
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