NICERAQ (nice rack) is from Jenny D.
For some reason I highly doubt this person is into coat racks, gun racks, bike racks, or antlers. The phrase "nice rack," as we all know, usually refers to boobies, which is not creepy at all, is it ladies?
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
NICERAQ (nice rack) is from Jenny D.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
DOOTIE was captured by the lovely Amanda W.
Besides the obvious interpretation of "poop," I was trying to think of other explanations for this plate, but I all the other ideas I came up with were crap. Heh.
Monday, June 28, 2010
BDA BNG1 (Bada Bing!) is from platty. Bada bing is a phrase often used to imitate the sound of a drum roll and cymbal crash after a joke. Isn't that also the name of the strip club in the HBO series, the Sopranos? Yep.
Your vanity plate sucks, ZZZINNG! (Plate snapped by Candice).
And so do your stock choices! BOOOYAH! (From TheWordWire).
Friday, June 25, 2010
Very few plates are put into our actually funny category, and this one from Sarah fits the bill -- TWSS (That's what she said). She writes:
Ok, I'm a huge Office fan and this actually made me laugh. A good TWSS goes a long way!
Yeah, I'm pretty sure this guy pulled out in front of me the other day...
Thursday, June 24, 2010
TRASHY comes to us from Alison B. Trashy, as defined by Merriam-Webster means:
1 : being, resembling, or containing trash : of inferior quality
2 : indecent
Or as defined by the Urban Dictionary:
A combination of the names Tracy and Ashley. Both Tracy and Ashley must be marginally slutty to go as "Trashy."
I think I'll stick with the Urban Dictionary definition for this one.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Tom M. sent in VLCRO (Velcro). He writes:
I can understand the "Animal Lover" vanity plate, but pledging your undying devotion to hook & loop technology? WTF?
Jennifer D. can also contribute to this phenomenon of drivers' devotions to hooks and loops:
Because how else am I going to fasten these shoes?!
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Matt sent us this plate from across the ocean, G 5POT. That 5 is supposed to represent an "S" which makes this "G SPOT." He writes:
In England, vanity plates (or as we call them, personalised number plates- I know, not quite as snappy) aren't very common and are usually pretty terrible. But for me, this one I saw during a visit to London just hit the spot.
Proof that it does exist, at least as a license plate.
Monday, June 21, 2010
Had to share GLRY HOL (Glory Hole) with you from the FailBlog. I am guessing that this person doesn't know what that is slang for, do they? Or hell, they probably do.... This is Virginia we are talking about! Huzzah!!
Friday, June 18, 2010
Candice sent in PHREDUM. Yes, that is supposed to say "Freedom."
Maybe this driver was going for something like, "Free to be dumb?" Free to be dumb, as in, free to own an obnoxious yellow gas guzzling SUV with accompanying stupid vanity plate? I think that works better, don't you?
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Carm, the crazy cat lady, sent in R U NUMB (Are you numb?). She writes:
Belonging to a Dentist? Anesthesiologist? Bartender?
Drug dealer? Pink Floyd fan? All of the above? My eyes are going numb just looking at this vanity plate.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Courtney sent in ICE PNS, which I would guess to this driver means Ice Princess, but without an R in PNS, PNS just looks like penis. Courtney writes:
I was "lucky" enough to catch this on my way home the other day. All I could think, at first, was "Oh, brrrr! And I thought an annual exam was chilly!"
Monday, June 14, 2010
MELTDWN is from Tim B. I'm guessing this person is either really into nuclear accidents, or throwing tantrums. I learned on wikipedia that a tantrum is officially:
... an emotional outburst that is typically characterized by stubbornness, crying, screaming, defiance, angry ranting and a resistance to attempts at pacification. A tantrum may be expressed in a tirade: a protracted, angry, or violent speech.
Or in this case is expressed by: a horrible vanity plate, a giant spoiler, and a Chevrolet logo that is making my eyes burn.
Friday, June 11, 2010
D-PRIVED (Deprived) is from Karl M. He writes:
Notes: This car belonged to a very skinny accountant. Unfortunately, if he gets caught with the out of date registration, he will be deprived of (that is, fined) a substantial amount of dollars.
Deprived, according to the free dictionary, means: Lacking, especially of economic or social necessities.
So that missing "E" probably falls under "social necessity," eh?
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
This one comes to us from the FailBlog and I just had to share. This Corvette's vanity plate reads: 3 INCHES.
At least he's being honest. Either that, or he has a really funny wife.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
is in...UBGUILTY (You be guilty).
Charges include misuse of proper grammar, being unoriginal, and having excessive douche bag tendencies.
Photo credit goes to Karl M. (VERDICT) and Lorraine R. (UBGUILTY).
Monday, June 7, 2010
Lindsey sent in YX3Z Y3H. She writes: Another "winner" in the rearview mirror.
Let's throw this into our magical rear-view mirror machine, shall we?
Now it reads: HEY SEXY.
Sir, I assure you, this is not how you pick up woman. I really need to write that book... Chapter One: How Not to Attract a Mate.
Friday, June 4, 2010
Sarah sent in ATTI2D (Attitude). Really? That 2 is going to make my head explode.
LadyStyx sent in ADITUDE. Speel it wit mee naw! A-D-I-T-U-D-E. Duh!
If I can think of one thing this world needs more of, it's drivers with attitude, poor spelling skills, and vanity plates.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Carm (The Crazy Cat Lady) sent me this fantastic plate, BTFLBRWN, which I am pretty sure, to the owner, means "Beautiful Brown." Carm suggests: Beautiful beautiful brown eyes? Preference for brunettes? Attracted to UPS trucks?
So I emailed her back with my misinterpretation: Butt Full of Brown?
She quickly responded: In other words- full of shit??
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Brian B. sent in MOVEEEET (Move it). Instead of using up your 8-character limit with those irritating extra Es, maybe you should have asked other drivers to move nicely, eh? MOVETPLZ?
I guess it is a vanity plate, and we should expect it to just be completely annoying.