You can't really read the window stickers on this car (seriously, Apple, that much money and you couldn't provide a better camera?), so I've provided some helpful callouts.
Anyway, it looks like someone has a chip on her shoulder.
"If it's too loud, you're too old." How about "If people complain it's too loud, that's because you have crappy taste in music and nobody around you wants to hear it." Also "I probably play my music louder than you do, but I'm not thoughtless enough to assume the whole damn world wants to hear it. That's what headphones are for, dumbass."
"In memory of" stickers confuse me. It used to be that you'd see "in memory of" plaques in front of a tree, or garden, or statue that was put there to honor someone's memory. But now you see them on t-shirts and cars. Does that mean you bought the entire car in memory of your friend Dave? Or that only the sticker is in Dave's memory? Either way, what are you going to do when you get a new car? Isn't permanence the whole point of a memorial?
"You've just been passed by a girl." Yeah, that's impressive. If you hadn't turned right, you would have been passed by a "too old" person. I need a sticker.
Boo and I saw this decoration (and I use the term loosely) at a Halloween store.
My immediate thought was "Holy crap. Some joker took a couple of cat decorations and decided to make one hump the other. Nice." And then Boo said "Oh, look. The cat was so scared that it jumped out of its skin." Which is a valid theory. But come on, take a look at that cat's face. I don't see fear. I see humping.
This one amuses me because I read it as "Closed for help. Please call (phone number)." Like an SOS. I guess it's not really that funny after all. I just like it.