Monday, May 4, 2009

God's Gift To Vanity Plates

I am extending the Lovin' the Lord feature into Monday here, but I think I might put these more into a category titled "Lovin' myself." Lovin' myself Monday.

Well, I can tell you now this plate came straight FROM HVN, I mean, Illinois. Michelle B. snapped this one. It's amazing to me that people are this full of themselves. Lauren writes: Angel eyes, was on a car that belonged to a teenager, that had an inappropriate amount of stick-on hibiscus flowers on the windows.

Well good thing you have angel eyes and hibiscus flowers. I almost want to be friends with you now.

Argh! The plate rage burns!!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

It might actually be that they are from Havana.

Anonymous said...

It might actually be that they think they are from heaven.

not to be a jerk, but how is anyone to know?

HorribleLicensePlates said...

Hey now.

Let's keep the anon comments to a minimum, okay? This website is not (I repeat) not a serious website. I enjoy your comments, whatever they may be, but there seem to be a lot of "hey look how wrong you are" anonymous comments popping up lately. I know I am wrong A LOT, trust me, you let me know. I like when I learn something new about the meaning of a plate (hell, I even encourage it), but show me your face, and be nice about it. This site takes a lot of time and energy and it's kind of discouraging to us when people's comments are not contributing to the general theme here.

Last I checked, the purpose of the site wasn't the "literal interpretation of vanity plates," it was to poke fun at them, to find the crazy in them, and to laugh a little. I really don't want to have to mod the comments, so please, keep it fun.

We really appreciate it. Your comments really are the best part of doing this thing.

Lala said...

Heavenly.

(btw, nicely said, i love this website, i send the links to my husband daily! thanks for the lols)

michael said...

The hibiscus flowers sort of point away from it, but "Angel Eyes" was the "Bad" of The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly fame. Lee van Cleef was awesome.

Though I doubt your typical vanity plate toting teen would be thinking of that reference.

miss melis said...

Just discovered your site thru a comment on passiveaggressivenotes.com and I LOVE it. Wanted to let you know about one I saw maybe a year or two ago on the Massachusetts Turnpike: FOBYFO (on a Jeep Wrangler, naturally). Alas, I didn't even think about getting a photo at the time, but if anyone from eastern MA is reading this, keep an eye out for a red Jeep "fo by fo"!

Deborah Godin said...

Could also be Angle eyes. You know, something that coke-bottle lenses or a good eye-patch could fix.

Jerod Poore said...

re: Lee Van Cleef

It's a Montana plate. Hibiscus or no, michael might be onto something.

LadyStyx said...

Kudos MsHLP. Very well said. This site definitely takes ALOT of work and many people to bring these smiles to the readers' faces!!

Michael...nice reference! I suspect you're right though, the typical teen wouldnt think of that unless one of their parents or grandparents inflicted them with that movie... repeatedly.