21: Campaign Sticker
Who doesn’t like an obscure ’90s pop-culture reference? Who doesn’t like an overdone, sticking-two-names-together-on-a-campaign-sticker joke?
I think the answer to both questions is probably “Everybody,” but I don’t care about that. Check this out!
If you don’t get the joke… well, you were probably more popular than I was in middle school. But fret not, all will be explained.
Sure, I know way too much about Full House, but my knowledge pales in comparison to my younger brothers. They started rewatching all the episodes in syndication as a joke, sort of, but at some point along the way the joke became a genuine compulsion, and that eventually morphed into a twisted love and respect for the show.
It makes gift-giving fairly easy, though. Last Christmas, they both got shirts:
…and for birthdays this year, they got the bumper stickers.
They came back from the printers looking quite nice, I think.
As for the order of the candidate names, I did not intend to imply anything about the electability of a Greek-named front-runner in the eyes of the American public. It just sounds better as 2-syllable/4-syllable to me.
And, for those who are wondering why Danny Tanner didn’t make the cut… it’s because he’s a dweeb.