On the way to work I noticed a pickup truck with a white-outline decal on the rear window. I assumed that it was a urinating Calvin, but when I got closer I saw that the decal was a rodeo rider of some wort. Above that was the single word, “Bravo”.

Since the business painted on the door had “Juan Gonzalez” in its title, I assumed that it was part of latino culture. A little googling implies that it is either a nightclub in Leon, Mexico or a line of Western wear. Either one would make sense given the imagery.

I still get a kick out of the juxtaposition of a word most often associated (at least in these United States) with an English accent and a stage performance with the rough-and-tumble world of rodeo. What’s next? A decal of a Phantom mask underneath “Yeehaw”?

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