Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Baby Yoda Reminds Mississippi Drivers To Always Use A Carseat

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Baby Yoda or “The Child” may be a force user but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t need a carseat! The Mississippi Department of Transportation knows “This is the way” and have put out a message to drivers via electronic message board.

“Baby Yoda uses the Force but still needs a carseat.”

It’s interesting how many people have fallen in love with “The Child”. And to now have them promoting safe driving practices is kind of funny.

People on twitter are loving the new PSA and creating their own Yoda phrases like, “Buckle up, You must” while others are quoting the Mandalorian’s, “This is the way.” If The Child can create a safer world for drivers then I’m for it.

If you want to be really safe you can also check out these new Baby on Board stickers! Almost makes you want to have more kids doesn’t it?

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