Super Yaki sells this iconic bumper sticker,don’t buy a knockoff, and here’s how you can buy one.
Earlier last weekend on Twitter and Reddit, Director and writer (??) Morgan Evans shared an iconic yellow bumper sticker melding everyone’s love for the late 90s cinematic masterpiece “The Mummy” and late-90s Brendan Fraser & Rachel Weisz. It wasn’t something sweet like, “Honk if you love “The Mummy,” it was approximately three times longer taking up three entire lines.
Well, see it for yourself below.
Got a new bumper sticker pic.twitter.com/p3LiasBVre— Morgan (@totallymorgan) March 20, 2021
The bumper sticker reads,
“Honk if you’d rather be watching the 1999 Cinematic Masterpiece “The Mummy” starring Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz.”
This tweet did numbers with over 175,000 likes, 20,000 RTs, and 1,000+ comments.
Super Yaki! of the Super Yaki Shop sells this actual bumper sticker product linked here.
You can, like I did, put in your e-mail address for re-stock updates.
Warning! There is an Etsy shop that’s selling a knock-off for $7.50. Since they use a different font, it’s a lot harder to read and honestly, doesn’t look as good as the O.G. Super Yaki sticker. Definitely don’t buy from this Etsy shop and support the originator.
Despite the 61 percent Tomatometer on Rotten Tomatoes and the 75 percent audience score, there’s something about “The Mummy” that resonates with a lot of generations from older millennials and younger. It’s not the perfect movie, but it was just plain ol’ fun.
Many of us, now with our own cars, lives, and families, fondly remember watching this movie on the big-screen, then again after renting it on Blockbuster, and finally, multiple times when it popped up on Cable TV.
Like a lot of these adventure movies, you could jump in at anytime without missing much. It’s a dead Mummy brought back to “life” plot.
It was also peak Brendan Fraser, arguably, with the lovely Rachel Weisz in a wholesome, supportive role.
Only film snobs don’t like “The Mummy” which is why this bumper sticker works so well, in my opinion.
Personally, I was kind of a fan of the undying love relationship between Anck-Su-Namun and Imhotep played by Patricia Velasquz and Arnold Vosloo, respectively. Not only were there on-screen scenes emotionally charged, Velasquz as Anck was hot! (yah, I’m a dude…)
I wouldn’t mind an Imhotep+Anck-Su Namun = love forever type of bumper sticker.