According to the Associated Press, people are sticking decals on their cars that look like bullet holes. In fact, they're so real looking that you have to touch them to tell. And millions of people have bought them.
One website that sells them is Bullet-one-dot-com. They offer vinyl stickers in two sizes: One that looks like a 50-caliber shot and smaller ones that look like 22-caliber. Doug Rock, the owner of the site, has sold so many, he put himself through nursing school with the profits! He considers them great gag items and says business is booming.
But not everyone finds the stickers funny. Gregory Wims, president of the Victims' Rights Foundation of Maryland thinks the decals are dangerous, especially for youngsters. He says, "It's like a badge of honor and it sends a bad message."
So if your kid comes screeching into the driveway with bullet-hole decals on their car, don't worry they do peel off. But you might want to have a talk.