Sunday, December 21, 2008

J35U5

When I first started this, I didn't know how long I could keep doing a Lovin' the Lord Sunday feature. I thought surely it would last a few weeks and then I would have to move on, but holy, holy, look who's 9 weeks into this thing!

H3 L1V3S. We can't be exactly sure who H3 is, but I have an idea. This whole expression of religion on vanity plates strikes me as odd. Number one, because this is a VANITY plate, and number two, because most states have a rule about this: Under DMV plate regulations, the agency bans mention of "race, religion, color, deity, ethnic heritage, gender, sexual orientation, disability status or political affiliation ... ." But the faithful readers of this website know that this is horse poop. People get away with just about anything on their license plates (much to our entertainment). Even the l33t Christians.

I always love what you guys come up with as alternatives to "him," so what are your thoughts on who "he" really is?

17 comments:

Grace said...

Elvis!

Mari said...

Unb3li3vabl3! K33p it to yours3lves, cr33py p3ople!
Arghh!!

Watercolor said...

The Abominable Snowman!

Deborah Godin said...

I don't think something like this should be ever allowed, but then, I'm a firm believer in the separation of Church and Plate...

Persnickety Ticker said...

I think "his" name is Bob, and "he" gets around alot.

Just a thought.

BTW my word vert is: aboxyron. Sounds like the name of a TV infomercial salesman that is trying to sell a cleaning product.

Becky said...

Who decided that it was ok to put a 3 in the place of an E?

LadyStyx said...

Nice grab for a Sunday! BTW...send ya the ones I got this week via email. Forgot to add the link though. If you need it again, drop me a line and I'll get it to you asap.

Herbee said...

separation of Church and Plate...


BWAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!
I lov3 that!

Tiffany Chantel said...

I'm so glad you like my blog! Yours is very funny as well! I'm adding it to my bookmarks/blogs I follow. :)

markmier said...

Fr0d0

Claire said...

This blog is hilarious. You guys are definitely going places.

Flartus said...

"H3?" Could it be...Freddie Kruger?? Oh noooooooo!!!!!

Oh, wait, maybe it's just Frosty the Snowman.

Ordinary Housewife said...

Great blog! I just discovered you. Vanity plates are a regional thing. In some cities - like Washington DC and suburban northern Virginia - they are everywhere. Literally on about nine out of 10 cars you see. (At least when I lived there.) In other places, they're still a novelty.

Blaze said...

Christopher Walken. Or Christopher Lee.

Kat said...

I saw a plate on saturday but couldn't catch it on film....big ass red truck who pulled a Hail Mary in front of us at a MALL! Thank God we didn't hit them...
Putgod1

hmm....they are crazies

Poetry Sue said...

He is the evil flu bug that chases us around all winter long.... little prick


HA HAHAHAHAHAHA my word very is scrom...

Brooke said...

Maybe it's referring to Dumbledore. =)