Years ago a friend of mine broke the P off the back of her Fiat Punto and replaced it with the C from a Citroen. It was amazing.
I saw someone in my home town nabbed the letters ‘TIE’ from one car and popped it on to their Ford KA to make KATIE. Was very impressed.
I saw a Suzuki swift with a Taylor sticker over swift in blanch the other day
making it a Suzuki Taylor
lol. BB you so crazy!
The word is “cray-cray” nowadays.
I was in M50 traffic recently stuck behind an old souped up boy racer Mitsubishi colt. Across the full width of the back windscreen your man had a sticker which said MUFFUBUSHI with a big Mitsubishi logo below it
Years ago the Blood Transfusion Clinic used to hand out, (along with the pencils), a car sticker which said:
“Drive carefully, you might need me, I’m a blood donor”.
And that was before Virtue Signalling had a title to describe it!
“Virtue Signalling” refers to empty acts of support.
In contrast your example is of a person who has actually done something.
“Gate Keeping” is a useful term for bitterness at the efforts of others because they haven’t satisfied some arbitrary criteria in the eyes of the commenter.
….mmm, or it could just mean signalling one’s virtue?
No, that’s not what “Virtue Signalling” means. Maybe you are thinking of something else.
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