Tuesday, January 13, 2009

The Dark Side... Of Vanity

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away but somehow in the future this nerd got a vanity plate for his shiny new podracer. Unfortunately, podracers aren't street legal so he settled for this plate on his F-150. And yes, I had to look up what a podracer was via Wookieepedia (Yes, I said Wookieepedia. I don't make this stuff up). I LOVE the fact that you used a 3 to replace a much needed E. Sigh. May the force bring you your E.

I could probably start a whole category of Star Wars plates, but frankly, I don't want to. The world (Er, galaxy?) does not need this sort of encouragement. Yes, I'm looking at you JEDI MOM.

Thanks PoetrySue!

10 comments:

Leslie said...

*arches an eyebrow* The geekiness is strong with this one.

dizzblnd said...

good find sue! G33ky this palte is!

HorribleLicensePlates said...

My bet was that Yoda-talk wouldn't be here until about the 4th comment in, dizzblnd. Thanks for going there.

This time the bet I don't win.

Deborah Godin said...

At least the state isn't N3VADA, but that's probably next, and will cost even more. There's vanity, and then there's inanity.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I love that family guy line!

Dana said...

Least you liked my IAM ZIM plate. So there is still geek hope for you yet. Heh.

LadyStyx said...

oh my my my!!

Denise said...

Hey - I resemble that remark. When I was a kid, my mom had a TIE CAR plate on her crappy little Honda.

Sarah said...

Brilliant find.

Jerod Poore said...

As "VAD3R" implies that "VADER", and perhaps even "DARTH" have been taken, one can only wonder what the vehicles displaying those plates are like.

The car with the Montana VADER plate is on a black car, but something a Sith lord wouldn't be caught dead in, like a Volkswagen Beetle (new model).

The plate did nothing to enhance the driver's non-existent badassness.