litter on a stick
 n.— «The balloons have popped and the confetti has been swept away, but roadside election signs—affectionately known as “litter on a stick” in some parts of the state—will linger for at least another week.» —“New race is on…to remove signs” by Andrew Childers The Capital (Annapolis, Maryland) Nov. 9, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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