First off, I think people should be allowed to put what they want on their car. Freedom of speech and everything. But what is with some of these window decals? Lately I have seen deer antlers coming out of a Toyota emblem, the Under Armor logo stylized as deer antlers, flip flops with a college football logo for a landlocked school, the Browning logo morphed into a buck and doe with a heart shape at the bottom, a variation of said Browning logo with baby deer in the heart shape, the "look at how big my family" decal but with skull & crossbones stick figures, etc. What is the meaning? I get flip flops mean "#SALTLIFE, (beachlife)" but how is Auburn beach life? Is Toyota a deer? Do you hunt Toyota deer? Is there an Under Armor deer? And the Browning deer family decal I guess means "#BROWNINGFAMILYDEERHEARTLOL"? No offense intended to anyone with these sorts of decals on their vehicle, but is there an actual meaning? I can understand wanting to "personalize" a vehicle, but not with stuff that seems meaningless? And I assume people pay for a lot of these decals?