Sunday, November 9, 2008

What Would Jesus Drive?


Interpretation: WELUV JC = We love Jesus Christ?

It's another post for Loving the Lord Sunday! Thank you, sara, for sending me a plethora of plates last week, including this one. We appreciate your enthusiasm.

I wonder, though. How many people mistake JC for something else in this case? Maybe the driver of this car is an N*SYNC fan (JC Chasez!!)? Joan Crawford enthusiast (ha)? What else do you think JC could stand for?

12 comments:

dizzblnd said...

Jacques Cousteau perhaps??

Herbee said...

Jim Carrey? Johnny Cash! No wait! John Cusack! He's a hottie!

k-bro said...

There's a pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies (and formerly of the Minnesota Twins) named JC Romero. He's pretty cute, too.

kbro

http://kbrobaseball.blogspot.com

Sillibub said...

Jemaine Clement. :)

nh92 said...

OK, after I saw the title for you post I just had to tell you something...One day, a few years ago, when I was in the car with my friend and her dad, this song came on the radio called "If Jesus Had a Motor Home". I have no idea who actually wrote the song, but it's really weird, yet comical in a strange way.

Sarah said...

sillibub, YOU WIN.

I was also thinking Jimmy Carter.

Persnickety Ticker said...

It could also stand for Jumbo Churros. I mean...come on! Who doesn't love CHURROS!

Anonymous said...

Joe Calzaghe

Kat said...

I have no idea...my first thought was exactly what you said, JC. Huh, funny how our brains work.

Love this blog!

Kati McCauley said...

I glimpsed a plate on the way to work today that may have said Black Jesus (in vanity plate style, of course). I can't be sure because they were driving the opposite direction from me, but I really think that's what it said.

Becky said...

Hahaha, awesome. I heard *NSYNC might be making a comeback soon, thanks to the sucess of New Kids on the Block.

LadyStyx said...

Man. Now I KNOW I was married to my first husband too long...first name that came to mind was Julius Caesar (*sigh* the first husband was a master degreed history teacher...)