Sunday, March 29, 2009

Here Comes the Sun

Welcome to Lovin' the Lord, our weekly roundup of the best (?) religious license plates. I really didn't think that after almost 6 months we'd still be doing this feature, but the plates keep jamming our inbox.

Stephanie sends us GODSSUN: Finally! I have been stalking this HLP forever! I used to see it all the time, but never had my camera with me, but today was my lucky day! I guess this could technically a "Loving the Lord," but the owner seems to be confused. Jesus is God's SON, not his SUN. Or is this a nature-based religion practitioner? Enjoy anyway!

6 comments:

ydontusteponit said...

Maybe they just really like the sun? And they need everyone to know who owns it? This is a very annoying plate.

BTW, I love this feature.

Maya said...

Now I'm singing that Beatles song. "Here comes the sun, doo-da-doo-doo, here comes the sun..."

It somehow makes the plate twice as annoying.

Deborah Godin said...

My first thought was, Gee, my godparents never bought me a car...

Jerod Poore said...

I'll bet GODSSON was already taken. If Virginia vanity plates have 8 characters then GODSSON 0 through 9 where grabbed as well.

It's Virginia, it's not like there's a lack of Evangelicals.

Regardless, the hubris of the drivers with all variants is incredibly annoying. The plate implies the driver is God's son.

I hope they use their turn signals and is generally safe and polite in their driving habits. Since so many people ask via bumper stickers what Jesus would do, those drivers have set themselves up as the exemplars.

LadyStyx said...

Unless they're a history teacher who's really into all things Egyptians...then it could be a reference to Ra.

thorswitch said...

A nature-religion practitioner would have had "SunGods" instead :D hehe