Bull Car stickers
You can get the stickers in Spain as souvenirs. The originals are big sheet metal jobs 4 – 5x life size that are put on high points overlooking roads, they are an advert for something, sherry possibly.
In the film Jamon Jamon a guy is killed by the corroded nut sack falling off one. That’s one of the high points, the movie also features a nude bullfight, a guy beaten to death with a ham and Penelope Cruz before she got too rich and famous to take her top off.Posted 8 years agowetgrassagainMember
The black bull silhouette is a Spanish symbol.
I have driven to Spain 6 or 7 times and bought one to stick on the back of the car on the first trip, but kind of grew out of it.
I think it is meant to show you have a Spanish connection, although it does not stop Spanish drivers tailgating you or carving you up you when they see your English plates. They seem to forget that you navigated halfway across Europe to get to their flea bitten seaside town.
WGAPosted 8 years agowetgrassagainMember
Catalans – always keen to distance themselves from their Castillian neighbours – have adoped a donkey silhouette in response.
I wondered about the donkey silhouette, I have also seen a witch silhouette any ideas?
To keep in with the Catalans when staying down there I have the yellow and red oval on the back of my car – you can’t be too careful.
WGAPosted 8 years ago
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