Baby On Board stickers will probably kill your baby
No-one likes children, thanks to clucking parents flooding various timelines with their snotty little hooting drunks sat in a variety of poses that you've seen every other stupid child sat in since time began.
Such is the growing level of hatred for children, it isn't at all surprising to hear that one-in-twenty accidents are caused by those Baby On Board signs you see in the backs of various grubby estate cars.
One can only assume that increasingly irritated drivers are trying ram Mumsnet sorts off the road in the hope that all inside the vehicle die in an inferno at the side of the road.
Or maybe it isn't that at all. Confused.com have been looking into it and have decided that the problem with these things is that they can obscure a driver's vision through the rear window.
"Motorists need to ensure that their view is not obscured and that they have a clear view of the road around them at all times," said a Department for Transport spokesman, interestingly.
The findings suggest that as many as two million accidents are caused by these bloody signs, but the AA aren't having that. Andrew Howard, AA's head of road safety, says: "There are 150,000 injury accidents a year and about 10 times as many metal to metal crunches. According to the Government’s own figures, in car distraction is responsible for about three per cent, with vehicle blind spots for another two per cent on top of that."
"The baby on board signs are there to alert the emergency services that there is a child in the car in the event of an accident. Motorists should, of course, put stickers in a windscreen where it doesn't interfere with your view."
So there you have it. If you're childless, get yourself a Baby On Board sticker so that people will give you room on the road AND the emergency services will save your life quicker. That's if another driver doesn't shunt you into a ditch for being a condomless goon.