I was tempted to downvote your question, because you left out the most important word of the quote!
Angela was correct, but answered in a very obtuse form, so much so that I didn't even understand what she meant.
The quote was "I'm a wooden spoon, lead paint, no seat belt, bed of pickup riding SURVIVOR", and it was written on a shirt with each of the things that the person survived on a different line.
So - the meaning is:
I'm a wooden spoon Survivor.
I'm a lead paint Survivor.
I'm a no seat belt Survivor.
So - the person did not say they were a wooden spoon, they said that they survived ( being hit with ) a wooden spoon.
'Lead paint' refers to the fact that lead paint was common earlier, and most people grew up well despite that.