Tuesday, January 6, 2009

I Heard You Paint Houses

Nikki, you hit the creepy nail right on the head with this one. From afar one probably doesn't notice that the "hits" (or lack there of... zing!) that this driver is referring to are probably those of the New York Yankees. I mean my first thought was take cover.

Nikki writes:
I snapped a picture of this plate in the parking lot of my local grocery store. I made sure to be stealthy about it, because I can't tell if the guy who drives this car is a music producer or mobster (and I don't wanna end up swimmin' with the fishes!). I live in the NY metro area, so the chances of this guy's occupation being one of those two options are pretty high...

Excellent stealthy work!

Red Pen, Inc. is Nikki's hilarious blog. We have the plate rage—she has the grammar rage. Yes, I made up the phrase "grammar rage," but I kind of like it. I read this blog daily, and it always gives me a good laugh. I just pray to God I don't have any misspellings in this post.

7 comments:

Emilee said...

Music producer... I didn't even think of that. Anyways, I'm still scared of this one!!

ydontusteponit said...

Maybe they are really in the mob, but just hiding behind that yankee's plate?

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

OMG, I feel so dumb--I'm a HUGE baseball fan, but I didn't make the connection between the Yankees plate and "HITMAN". I guess this is because my loyalty is to the Phillies...I don't really care if the Yankees get any hits or not. ;)

Thanks for all the kind words, Mr. and Mrs. HLP!

LadyStyx said...

yes indeedy.....

Watercolor said...

LOL!!

Jen H said...

Wonderful :)

jjburkeesq said...

Hitman was the nickname fot NY Yankees legend Don Mattingly