The fact that I've got more than one person emailing plates like this is amazes me. Just a note to those thinking about labeling themselves from the state of Kentucky. KY is also a very popular, uh, personal product.
Alex seems to agree with me. He writes: [This vanity plate] has become somewhat of an urban legend around Columbus. But anyway, we really hope that she is from Kentucky.
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
DNT B L8 is from TheWordWire. She writes: Man, the only thing worse than sitting in traffic, is being nagged by the car you're stuck behind. This guy's not the boss of me!
Yeah, why on earth would you get a plate like this? Because you want everyone to hate you? Does not compute. Although, I guess a lot of people want us to hate them.
I won't hold this against you if you can't figure it out at first... It says MOVEIT backwards. You know, so that if you see this one in your rear view mirror, you'll get the hint. MooseNuggette adds: If you’re dyslexic you’ll see Vomit 3.
Monday, September 28, 2009
NO 2ISHN (No tuition) comes to us from Jody. She had the same feelings about this one as I did:
My mom and I parked next to this one at Trader Joe's the other night and it made me want to vomit... 'No Tuition', as in, I don't have to pay tuition because Mommy and Daddy take care of it? I decided to spend my tuition money on a smarmy car? Who needs education when you have a sweet, sweet ride? Man, the driver must be a grade-A tool.
You know, I am happy for someone who gets around that big bill of tuition somehow, but to boast about it on your Lexus's vanity plate? Kind of a jerk move, if you ask me. I spent a good portion of my tuition on Keystone Light, but I'm not bragging about it.
Sunday, September 27, 2009
TYGSUS (T.Y. Jesus, or Thank You Jesus) is from MooseNugette in Alaska. GSUS probably does not appreciate this spelling, which looks like "gasus" or "gisus". It's odd, too, that this is plastered on Alaska's semi-centennial vanity plate, like Jesus was personally involved in 50 years of Alaska statehood.
More lovin' the Lord Sunday posts for your enjoyment in the link.
Saturday, September 26, 2009
Heidi sent in this Jaguar's vanity plate which reads: VETS CAT. I assume the "vet" reference is there because you are a veterinarian. And a jaguar is a big cat. It also happens to be a line of luxury vehicles. So punny. Who needs a real cat when they claw and pee on you all day at work? Not this guy apparently.
I bet your cougar is jealous. HAR HAR HAR.
Friday, September 25, 2009
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Many of you sent this to me, but I can't help but share it with those who have not seen it yet, RU 18 YET (Are you 18 yet?).
I swear, this whole state is filled with pervs. See: Would You Like a Popsicle?
Thursday, September 24, 2009
RU CRAZY (Are you crazy)? The answer is simple. Yes, you are crazy for putting the word NUT on your license plate. There are several well known definitions of the word nut, one of which is crazy, the other is, well, you know...
Our first nut is from Carm. She writes: "... Are happy nuts!!!"
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
STIL2 HI (Still too high) was captured by wondermart. Somehow I doubt this is a stand against housing prices or the cost of gas. I'm guessing this person is on their way to find some Haagen-Dazs ice cream and Captain Crunch with the little crunch berries.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Football season is upon us, so we're going to celebrate with some fanatical vanity plates.
PLSWIN (please win) is a Green Bay Packers vanity plate and comes to us from fivetomatoes. At least they are asking nicely. It wouldn't surprise me to see a WINNOW out there somewhere though. Those Packer fans are scary.
And finally, this Cleavland Browns plate is from Mark F.
FPITBG means exactly what you think it does: F*** Pittsburgh. Awesome job not catching that one, Ohio DMV.
Even more football plates for your enjoyment: I'll have one Roethlisberger With Ketchup and Cheese
Monday, September 21, 2009
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.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Aw yeah, welcome to another edition of Lovin' the Lord Sunday, the only place on the internets where we can all wonder why people choose vanity plates of the religious kind. 10Q LORD was captured by Andi H. I had to tink for quite some time about this one.
TEN + "Q" = TEN...CUE = Thank you? Yeah, it's supposed to say "Thank you Lord."
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Ahoy! It's September 19, and you hopefully know what that means: International Talk Like A Pirate Day! If you don't know how to talk like a pirate, maybe some of these vanity plates can help... ARRMATEY is from Sydney J. "Arr matey" simply means, I agree my friend. Aye, aye Captain is also equivalent.
Melani X. clears PYRETTE up for us: So...she's like a Rockette with a peg leg and an eye patch? Now THAT'S talent!
Friday, September 18, 2009
Here are two misinterpretation plates for you on this lovely Friday. Please enjoy.
LST CAR is from gigi. She explains: For my first submission, here is something for "Fun with Misinterpretations." It is my mother's plate. We got it for her because she swore this would be her "Last Car"; that was two cars ago! My father, her ex, teases her that it could also mean "Lost Car." I can think of at least one more interpretation.
Lust car it is!
Our second misinterpretation comes to us from Kate in the land of HLPs, Virginia. ATETUD, I guess, is supposed to mean attitude some how? Looks more to me like you are eating TUDS (ATE TUD), or as I like to imagine, TURDS. Try a better spelling next time, poop eater.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Yes, good credit is sooo 2007. Let's explore the vanity plates of people who don't care to spill their bad financial moves in a public forum, shall we?
Robin D. sends in WE B BROK (We be broke?). She writes: The first plate was spotted in a restaurant parking lot... and was with several other Corvettes from Ohio. They all had vanity plates, but none were as dumb as this one. If you're so broke, maybe you should sell your Corvette!
Becky found a similar conundrum, IN DEBT. Note that this car is a BMW (average selling price: $35,000). She writes: Yeah, me too. Except I drive a minivan.
LadyStyx snapped O MYDEBT (this was on a fairly newish car). Yes, we know it hurts, but we still don't feel sorry for you.
Hey, here's a novel idea. STOP SPENDING YOUR MONEY ON STUPID VANITY PLATES. Argh. What is wrong with people?
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Donna F. sent in UPPITY: Well, gee! I think if you are willing to splash it across the back of your 'vette its probably true.
Uppity? Like arrogant, conceited, and snobbish?? Sounds like a great vanity plate to me. I fancy myself fabulous!
LadyStyx sent in XQUZET (exquisite). Look at me. I'm made of awesome.
Sandi W. sent in 2MCH4U, which I assume means Too Much For You. A.K.A: Let's never be friends.
Katie O. sent in our last plate of the day, CRZY WMN (crazy woman). Ha, I am guessing "crazy" doesn't even begin to cover it.
Why, people?! WHY!!
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
For those of you living under a rock, LOL = Laugh out loud (or lots of laughs).
Our first laughter themed plate comes from LadyStyx who writes: I guess LOL or LMAO were taken? For the record OMG LOL, AWWW WTF, and BRB LOL are also taken.
LOLCAT was sent in by Dan. It seems appropriate that a crazy lolcat would drive a scooter. Those lolcats do a lot of things when were not looking.
LOL BOX is from Kathryn D. I know this is a "boxy" Scion xB but there is more than one meaning for that second word...
LOLRUS is from Jasmine. Get it? Lolrus? Jasmine writes: This is our license plate. I regret it now, only because I think "LOLCAR" would have been so much better.
I kind of love this plate (yes, I said it), just because it combines two of my favorite things, walruses and laughing.
Monday, September 14, 2009
There are certain types of vehicles that seem to attract the kind of people who get vanity plates. The Ford Mustang is definitely one of them.
We start with XPNSVE from Kelly T. She writes: [This plate] is just plain ridiculous. I mean seriously, how expensive could a Mustang be when they're almost as common as my Accord? This guy was getting off the highway in Scottsdale, AZ (a place where a BMW would be considered a daily driver.)
What you don't know is that the trunk is filled with gold bars and Cristal. And leprechauns. And broken dreams.
Girrrrrrl, watch out for MZ ATUDE (Ms. Attitude)! She will misspell your way into insanity. Plate snapped by Karl M.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Chris J. sent in GDSWAY1. I am guessing this is some sort message to the affect of, God's Way or there is only "1" way, God's Way, but I also see God Sway or Good Sway. Which sounds like a dance, doesn't it? Isn't really that effective of a message, eh?
This isn't the first plate from people who dance (or whatever) for the Lord.
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
Carm the Crazy Cat Lady sent in this picture today and I think it's totally great because I often refer to the plates on this site as real gems, but now we have an actual vanity plate claiming just that. Too bad it's the exact opposite of a real gem. It does, however, make me want to play Bejeweled-- I blast those jewels in my sleep, yo. (If you've never played that game I warn you, it can be quite addicting!)
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Amanda sent in THAT CAR to us, and immediately upon it's arrival I spit the contents of my mouth all over the laptop screen. It's *that* car. Let's zoom out, shall we?
There, that is better. Now you can see the bullet holes in the doll heads stacked on the roof. [wtf?]
You know, that car that has all those skeletons hanging from the front bumper...?
... that car that has flaming headlights? A Shrek doll hook ornament? And is that a bobble head?
... that car with shells super glued to the hood?
... that car that is making ever child in this photo clutch their mothers, scared and confused?
... that car with all the DISMEMBERED BABY DOLLS?
Yes, that one.
A car like this doesn't need a vanity plate, it needs a lobotomy for it's owner.