Thursday, July 23, 2009

When I grow up, I want to be a Disney Princess

CYNDRLA (Cinderella?) was sent in by J.D. I just love (*cringes teeth*) when people add those custom text signs to their plates. The text at the bottom of the plate reads: All you really need is the right pair of shoes.

It looks to me like this vanity plate holder was modified, doesn't it? Like they ripped off the top part of the holder and screwed it on to the bottom? I think Arizona just passed a law that prohibits drivers from covering up the ARIZONA on the plate, so this makes some sense I guess. Thinking that you are Cinderella and that shoes will give you some sort of power, however? This doesn't make any sense at all.

7 comments:

8GR8LOLCATS said...

I actually went to a Cinderella themed wedding a few years back... Prince Charming Groom was a prison guard and he had someone blow up a gawky 4th grade picture of Cinderella-Bride- who was a Jessica Simpson-thin version-look alike- and she turned into Bridezilla and stomped out of the reception!

tank said...

oooohhh, this one's just plain tacky.

Spammed Ham said...
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Spammed Ham said...

You know who else had the right pair of shoes? Dorthy, some may even say she would kill for a good pair.

LadyStyx said...

*laffin @ Spammed ham* ~cute~

It's possible about the Arizona theory. I know in Texas they had some law that passed similar to that. My poor hubby had to remove his plate frame because of it.

AJ said...

I live in AZ and yes, Mrs. HLP has it pinned. We do have to have the ARIZONA unobscured by a clever plate frame.

It's lame, I know. You have no idea how stupid all these cars look with with their frames broken.

b said...

yup. AZ most definitely passed the law banning the 'arizona' being covered, which is a refreakingtarded way of earning the state some cash for via all the poor saps who didn't get the memo and got tickets instead. and i had a super awesome (not really) license plate frame too. phooey.