Friday, February 6, 2009

Too Fast, Too Fidgety

Here are some plates that make me second guess your ability to drive, which is always a nice feeling. Watch your back, dear readers of this blog. There are some crazies on the roads.


Example #1DEADMN: If you aren't alive, you probably should not be driving. Check his pulse. Also, your bumper sticker, "CATS NOT KIDS," is quite disturbing. Actually, with an exception to the koala, they're all a little creepy.

Example #2
FIDGET: As defined by thefreedictionary.com - to behave or move nervously or restlessly. Sounds like a great driving quality. Quick, let's swerve into oncoming traffic to avoid that roadkill.

Example #3NO YES: Yes, we all love indecisiveness, don't we? Especially on the roads. Turn left! No, right! Take exit! Decide half a second later to not take the exit! Merge back onto interstate!

Examples #4 and #5
200-MPH and LV2XLR8: Speed kills. The submitter of 200-MPH claims this is a state issued plate. She also admits that people assume this driver can get her Honda Accord up to 200 MPH. For the record, I've tried it, and it's impossible. And expensive.

Love to accelerate? *shakes head in utter disappointment.

Examples #6 and #7
ASYLUM and PSYKOTIC: Mental insanity = not an ideal driving skill! Kolleen who sent in ASYLUM writes to us:

[ASYLUM] is actually my friend's car; he has had many stupid license plates, including DRAKKAR and DRKNSS. loser!

Thanks to everyone for making this endless post possible:
DEADMN: Heidi
FIDGET: Tammy
NO YES: Poetry Sue
200-MPH: Kati K.
LV2XLR8: Joanne H.
ASYLUM: Kolleen

17 comments:

Ellie said...

I laughed so hard when I read this. Thanks for that

tgtank said...

Yes, the bumper stickers in the first photo are as disturbing as the plate.

Contest Chris said...

Great Post! I love your blog. Once again this is the Featured Post over at Worth a Thousand Words.

Heidi Renée said...

DEADMN was parked at the furniture store where my father-in-law works. Maybe he was shopping around for a casket.

Kat said...

There is a way (after market) to take the speed limiter off of a car. My hubby did this with his late Taurus and I still remember clutching the 'Oh Shit' as he sped over 130 mph...and he claimed he had gone faster. Oie.
I have since slowed him down by getting pregnant and using my child as a good excuse to follow the law but...it is possible.

Cat said...

Are you kidding? I totally want the "cats not kids" bumper sticker! The rest is pretty wacko, though :P

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Makes you want to stay off the road!

FreedomFirst said...

Wow, this is definitely a ROFLMAO post. I love your take on #2.

I think #1 is referring to the Grateful Dead. I must say the driver doesn't appear to be one of the nicer Deadheads I've met, given his bumperstickers. Plus I hate kid-haters.

Rachel said...

I would totally get a Cats Not Kids sticker =)

ChicagoLady said...

Heidi,

Actually, caskets are made from steel not wood. They can have a wood grain finish, but they definitely aren't made from wood any longer.

Ella's Mama said...

The DEADMN is from New Hampshire - Live Free or Die. Can we therefore assume that the person driving this car does not feel like he is free?

Deborah Godin said...

Okay, it's official, we need to start of list of states/provinces when you drive at your own risk...

ydontusteponit said...

DOGS NOT KIDS

Bridgete said...

These are great.

Although I don't think the "cats not kids" sticker is creepy. I'm a cat person and don't want children, so my cat is my child. That's how I interpret it...

Zoey said...

Did anyone else notice that the county of the "fidgeter" was Amite? XDD Had me falling off my chair for no particular reason.

Donna said...

I cracked up reading that Ontario's tag line of 'Yours to Discover" under the PSYKOTIC one. All I could think was "um, no thanks".

Koselara said...

I'm with the others that want the "cats not kids" due to being a permanent non-parent that loves her cats.

Not wanting to "have" kids doesn't mean a person HATES them -- any more than hatred is necessary to not want a horse, Mac computer, opposite/same-gender partner, or whatever. A lot of great people that opt to work with kids professionally or as volunteers don't have an urge to parent them. Luckily most of us have plenty of friends & relatives that are parents and realize it's not a task for absolutely everyone...