I saw this "Baby on Board" sign in traffic the other day and tried to stalk the car to see if there really was a baby on board, because I couldn't see a car seat from where I was driving, but they turned off Grand River into an East Lansing business.

These signs swept the nation in the early 1980s, and the hilarious parody signs soon followed. I thought they'd sort of faded away, but I just started noticing them again. Joey insists that they never went away. He also told me he will not be putting one in his car window when Baby Pants arrives.