Reader says Wicked campers are 'a bit wrong but funny'

WE asked readers their thoughts on Wicked Campers. 

The Queensland Government is making moves to get all Wicked Campers displaying offensive slogans off the state's roads

Here's what our readers said when we asked if they should stay or go:

Cherie Bridger: Stay cos I love reading them.

Maxine Baxter: They are a bit wrong but funny

Ben Kirkby: Stay!

Lydia Blehm: As a traffic controller for 7 years I looked forward to the giggle I got from seeing these vans on long days.  

Sandy Gardner: Not appropriate for kids to read - time and place for adult humor.

lenno King: Stay!! What sort of stuck up world would we live in, if we weren't free to write a "cheeky" remark on a van? Or for that matter anything that we own?      

TrevNhannah Winter: Very much stay. don't be so dry people, get a sense of humor will you!!      

Shellie Boyd: There (sic) giving oz a bad rep. There ugly and I'm over seeing them.

Gus Sacco: Driving a tanker every day between Mackay n Rocky, I see them regularly. I think they're amusing and those that don't need to lighten up or look the other way.



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