My Guerrilla Sticker Campaign Is Run By Cute Babies And Dead People. So Far.

I started a guerrilla sticker campaign (nod like you remember). All proceeds go to bailing you out of jail.

Here’s the refresher course:

  1. You ask me for a sticker. (other swag will be included because I love you)
  2. I mail it to you. (so by ASK I mean send me your address. and I promise to not show up at your home. I’m not a very social person so it’s really not asking a lot for me to stay here. But you’re welcome.)
  3. You put it somewhere funny or cool or bizarre.
  4. You take a picture and maybe include some reason why.
  5. I blog about it.

Here are the first two amazing participants!

Anna sets the bar pretty high. And her email explanation is as funny as the picture. Or offensive. But how can I deny someone whose sense of humor is weirder than my own?

Zombies already read Late Enough. Probably.

..we passed by this small church… I was fumbling for something in my purse and I saw the “Late Enough” sticker and remembered your campaign. I told [my boyfriend] my idea- he was like, “you are crazy, but let’s do it.” Sooo, we went and took the attached photo. Get it? Late enough? hehehe. I wasn’t sure if it would be offensive- I have a strange sense of humor. I still don’t know how I feel about it honestly- though I do think it is funny, I kinda wish someone else did it, ya know?

And Chara who exhausted her lovely little L to get me the cutest Late Enough pics ever making us FRIENDS FOR LIFE (plus she never makes me the hold the baby. A relief to me and L):

Dude. I think my pic speaks for itself. With a newborn, early REALLY sucks.

So email me and join in! I’ll be uploading pictures to the Facebook page as well.  (And that’s incentive enough!  I mean Facebook is currently taking over the world so you best get all over that crazy house before it gets boarded up.  What the heck am I talking about?  This probably why I stopped posting on Wednesdays.  And also why I’m starting again.)

Alex Iwashyna

Alex Iwashyna went from a B.A. in philosophy to an M.D. to a SAHM, poet and writer by 30. She spends most of her writing time on LateEnough.com, a humor blog (except when it's serious) about her husband fighting zombies, awkward attempts at friendship, and dancing like everyone is watching. She also has a soft spot for culture, politics, and rude Southern people who offend her Yankee sensibilities. She parents 2 elementary-aged children, 1 foster baby, 3 cats, and 1 puppy, who are all Southern but not rude. Yet.

20 thoughts to “My Guerrilla Sticker Campaign Is Run By Cute Babies And Dead People. So Far.”

  1. My mom DID steal the sticker you sent me. But I have a nice pic of the pin on my boob. It will be showing up shortly at my work place too. I’ll send you the pics when my guerilla campaign ends.

  2. When I first saw the tombstone pic on Facebook (yes, sometimes I check FB before you… I know, how could I?) I was a little unsure – considering I thought you had put your own sticker on some poor dead couple’s grave.
    But then I saw a reader did it. And the zombie reference. Hilarious – but only if the sticker wasn’t left there for the poor family to find this weekend.

  3. Whose baby is that? Can I borrow it? Because I want to nibble on its toes and pat its bottom and I NEED TO HOLD THAT BABY!!!

    Ahem.

    I will send you my address because we are going to think of something wildly awesome to do with a sticker. I don’t know what yet, but it will be AWESOME.

    I have to figure out where I can rent babies by the hour…

  4. Oh, I am SO in!! How have I missed this?! Oh yeah, I’ve been a blogging slacker the last week. I’m sending you my address and will think of something/somewhere cool to put the sticker!

  5. personally I’m waiting for the blogHer calendar to come out so I can get my free Late Enough pasties. stay tuned for photos ….well, that is, if the Walgreens photo deparatment sales clerk doesn’t steal them first.

    p.s. please tell Adrienne she can’t rent my babies for a few hours anytime, though they’re slightly past the adorable newborn phase.

  6. I am feeling guilty about not following your pregnancy campaign. Maybe I can make up for it by vandalizing a public building for you.

    Send me the sticker fearless leader and I promise a good photo.

    This is MUCH easier than the TV Challenge!

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