Sunday, May 3, 2009

I’m for receiving

Ohh, I think this plate might mean I'm forgiven, not I'm for giving.

Well, the Lord may have forgiven your terrible driving, but I still have to put up with it. Just because you're forgiven doesn’t mean you can keep driving like squirrel on crystal meth.

For the new readers, this is our weekly Lovin' the Lord post where we all gather to ask: Does religion really belong on vanity plates? Enjoy.

This plate was caught by JCK. Thanks!


Deborah Godin said...

Re terrible driving - I couldn't agree more. So just keep clickin' the Refresh key, Wisconsin!

("Squirrel on meth" - too funny!!)

Alison said...

oh man... what a good one! I mean bad one... arghhh...


"I’m for receiving"

LOL. That made my day. And oddly enough, I thought "for giving" before "forgiven" as well.

..probably because I'm a heathen. o.O

Jerod Poore said...

Regarding the awful driving of people whose plates proclaim them as saved:

"Jesus would use turn signals"

From a bumper sticker I spotted in Seattle. I'm pretty sure that's what Jesus would do.

I'm surprised it returns only eight results on Google as of this instant.

LadyStyx said...

*giggles @ squirrel on meth* *laffin uncontrollably* made me think of this:

*laffin harder* my word vert was prech! All it needs is an A in there to make it appropriate for today's entry!!!

Wolvie Girl said...

I'm a Christian and even I find these plates irritating. I don't know how expensive they are in the US but I imagine they're not cheap. How about spending all that surplus money on helping the needy instead of pointlessly tarting up your car?

JJ said...

I saw this exact plate in Melbourne, Australia. I guess weird plates are worldwide :|