Obviously, the family riding in this car are fans of Dr. Who. I assume from the bow on the top of the second Tardis that the family consists of a Dad, a Mom and two sons (no small bow so it must be sons) and a dog. Aw, cute and clever.
Another one I saw was while driving at dusk so the quality of the photo is not the best. I tried to jack with the contrast so it would be clear enough. Take a look.
It appears that the father is into archery, a potentially dangerous hobby for a man with 6 kids and a large number of pets.
The mother likes to shop and talk on her cell phone, how stereotypical is that? Unless that's not a purse in her hand, it could be a weirdly shaped green skull.
Son #1 is a fisherman.
Son #2 likes to skate board while carrying a butterfly net and a bag of some sort. Maybe a bag for butterflies he catches while skateboarding.
Daughter #1 has a megaphone in one hand, no doubt so she can be heard over her siblings, and a small purse in her other hand, I think, it's hard to tell.
Daughter #2 is a cheerleader. The pom pom in her left hand is obscuring Baby #1.
Baby #1 is comparatively nondescript but what do you expect form a baby who is clearly overshadowed by his/her sister?
Baby #2 apparently likes to play soccer. Another scary thought.
6 KIDS!!! But, that's not all. Lets not forget the pets. There is a bird, a fish, a dog that is missing it's head (maybe that's what the Mom is carrying) two cats and another dog.
That is one big family and I don't think they will all fit into the SUV. If I were that Mom, I wouldn't be carrying a green skull, I can tell you that much. I would be carrying a large glass of wine, or maybe some ear plugs. Maybe the cell phone is so she can call a babysitter so she and her hubby can go out for a night of bow and arrow action.
Anyway, it occurred to me that I must be 10 or 15 years behind the times because I have never had a stick figure family on the back of my vehicle. I never felt the need. Also, I have never seen them for sale anywhere. I must not shop in the right places. I looked on Amazon and you can get a variety of stick figure decals doing a variety of things. They're cooking, playing golf, dancing, shopping, - and generally having a lot more fun than I am.
If I had a stick figure family it would consist of two over-worked parents and a couple of teen girls still trying to sell girl scout cookies. Oh, and two cats, each still in possession of their heads.