Sunday, March 15, 2009

They'll know we are XRSTAIN by our license plates

Jen H. writes to us: This is definitely my first real stalker-azzi plate. I was so intent on capturing XRSTIAN for an option for Lovin' the Lord Sundays that I quite happily drove past my home and kept following until we entered a turn lane that had a red light. Once I had the picture, I left the turn lane and maneuvered my way back home, wondering how much I creeped out that driver :)

Now that, my friends, is dedication! I love it. More Lovin' the Lord here.

11 comments:

Baking and Mistaking said...

Isn't that an extra R in there? I know, I know, vanity platers aren't known for their impeccable spelling. But still....I guess XTIAN was taken?

Jen H said...

An extra "R" and an extra "S" :)

Sarah K said...

are they current or ex christians? if you are stalkarazz'ing, can you stop the driver to ask the meaning??

Courtney said...

I think they have something against wrists and it is supposed to read "ex-wristians."

What? That makes about as much sense as the extra "R" and "S," don't you think?

LaughingKatie said...

I see an extra R too and wonder what caused them to no longer be Christians and advertise that fact via their license plate.

Jerod Poore said...

My guess for the intended pronunciation:

"Ker-RIS-tian."

Often used when Evangelical preachers are spouting hatred against them "ho-mo-SEX-u-als."

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

I think I'll pray =)

Jerod Poore said...

After looking at it in non-license plate form I read it as the unlikely eXtended Release stain.

But that would be the most subtle bukkake reference ever.

LadyStyx said...

I try to figure it out before reading what our dear MsHLP writes and it took me a second to figure it out. Good grab for the LTLS!

jeremyandgirls said...

For the life of me I couldn't figure this one out until I read the Lovin' the Lord part. Then it hit. I kept trying to sound it out - like this: Ex-Ers-Tian? Ex-R-Stain? Exrs-tee-Ann? I don't get it.

I think I'll be on the short yellow bus in the morning (and I do hope they take the scenic route).

ian in hamburg said...

This one could be read as:
ex-rastafarian