Monday, September 21, 2009

Miss B. Haven, please meet Ann Thrax and her husband, Cy N. Ide

Here are a few selections from the archive of women who should have thought twice before they selected their vanity plate. Eesh. Here we go...

Our first is from Amanda T., MZBEHVN (Misbehavin' or Miss B. Haven). She writes:

I caught this one at a gas station in Washington state. I think it was the gas station attendant's car, so I had to be sneaky so she wouldn't see me. I thought it was a pretty awesome plate on its own, then realized that it's made even MORE awesome since the tags are from 5/2001. So she really is living up to her name!

Meg G. sent in MZPUR T. Nothing bothers me more than the pronunciation of the word "pretty" as "purdy." Meg writes: But "MZPUR T" (Ms. Purty) could have a much more amusing plate if it was "MZTUR T" (Mr. T).

Somehow I doubt this person is cool enough to know who Mr. T. is. I pity this fool.
Kate writes: I've been stalking this plate for awhile...I was waiting for a good shot! Its a doozie!

H1M8NS = High Maintenance.

Go ahead, let the eye rolling commence.


Intense Guy said...

Dutifully rolls his eyes... :)

HIM8... had me at a loss - thanks fer 'splainin' it. Now I'm goin' to avoid it.

Sam said...

I am so glad that you explained the last plate because I don't think I would have ever figured it out. Speaking of things I can't figure out, why people feel they should put these things on their license plates. Hmmm

MooseNuggette said...

Well, glad I'm not the only one who didn't get HIM8 right off the bat...and I work in the M8NS dept!

I thought the 2nd one was MS PURITY and if you have to claim it on your plate that casts a lot of doubt...same as PUR T. Sounds like a cat's name.

Deborah Godin said...

If it's too complicated (read: annoying) to be figured out in one traffic-light cycle, it's shouldn't be allowed.

LadyStyx said...

*rolls iggy's eyes back to him*

brianne said...

i still see the first on as "miss bee hive'n"