You're a married man now and you have a good job selling insurance that people need for their peace of mind. You and your wife have been talking about kids too.
Looks like it's about time to take the detail of Topher Grace's face off of the side of your van.
We all have to grow up one day. You enjoyed all the highs that came with being a superfan of a network sitcom star (and movie star of late). But you're taking clients out to lunch these days. Do you really want to start all of your meetings by fielding questions like, "Isn't that the kid from Win A Date With Tad Hamilton?" Or, "Did you like Win A Date With Tad Hamilton?" Or, "So you're superqueer then?"
You don't want to waste time explaining to clients what the youthful everyman demeanor of Topher Grace has meant to you. You want to try to get them to sign on the dotted line from the minute you shake their hands. So take Gracie Boy off of the van. You can go the easy route and just paint over him with a solid coat. But just because you're growing up, there's no reason your van should stop being bitchin'. Go down to the Van Detail place and see if they can play with the Topher image and do something new. Like maybe some seals sitting on rocks staring at a pirate ship under the moonlight. Topher Grace already kind of looks like some seals sitting on rocks staring at a pirate ship under the moonlight. If you tilt your head when you look at him, sure.
Happy Van Detail Day!