Sunday, August 2, 2009

Because religion and vanity go hand in hand

PRZ 2 GOD (Praise to God) was snapped for Lovin' the Lord Sunday by Lexi. The use of "Z" to mean "-aise" is a little nauseating.

Rhys sent in GR8GOD (Great God). She writes:

Just yesterday, I bought myself a spiffy new camera to carry around with me, and today what do I see on my way home from work but a Scion lovin' the lord! If I were a religious woman, I'd think it was a sign.

What is up with the -2? Religious math problem? Great God minus two = ??

5 comments:

Kristin aka kjnohr aka Trekkie Gal said...

The first one could also be "Prays to God".

LadyStyx said...

*nods* that first one can definitely be read either way.

Amanda said...

I totally sent you prz 2 god in march. Not that I am looking for kudos or anything. I'm just sayin.....
:)

Anonymous said...

GR8GOD-2=GR6GOD. Duh. :)

Phil said...

the “-2” represents that this is the second plate with this exact combination. If you are an owner of more than one car, NJ will allow you to get duplicate plates for all your vehicles. What tells them apart it the small -#. You see it a lot with the dealer plates, and other fleet owned vehicles.