Tuesday, January 27, 2009

I'd Rather You Not

I am going to assume that this driver was going for "cheerleader" and is not the leader of a group of Cher look-a-likes. An extra E would have cleared that up, but I am going to guess that only 7 characters are allowed on a Georgia license plate.

Also, do you see this license plate holder? It says, "I'D RATHER BE TOPLESS." Full disclosure, this was a red convertible (and the back window had some pink Greek sorority letters on it). But talk about being suggestive. My goodness! Where is this girl's momma? Maybe you should go with a bumper sticker that says, "Douche Bag Magnet."

Arlynn, this one is hilarious. Awesome work!


Arlynn said...

Yeah, the Topless Cheerleader made it to the blog! I knew she had such "big" aspirations : )


Arlynn from Fleur De Licious

jeremyandgirls said...

That's funny!! I spit hot chocolate out my nose when I laughed!! Thanks!!

wv: shooe - "Shoo-E!! I'd like ta see dat der cherldr topless! She's mighty fine!"

Leslie said...

Ahh yes I can just hear momma now.
"My daughter's a dancer!"
"Really what kind? Ballet? Jazz?"

Topless cheerleaders...you know this could be a good marketing concept now that I think about it.

Anonymous said...

My mom always said, Keep your top on at all times.

Deborah Godin said...

Do what you want in the privacy of your own stadium, but putting it out there on a plate just gives all the other topless cheerleaders a bad name. Make that stupid, a stupid name.

LadyStyx said...

Awesome grab!

Sarah said...

HA! I like the Cher leader explanation, quite personally. This one is great.

Jen H said...

This makes me so happy :)

Galadriel said...

When I lived in GA, I was told that there were only 6 letters allowed for vanity license plates--in my county. Apparently it varied by county. (I didn't get one.)