October 17, 2006

Follow Up on the vanity plates...

I drove from work to the grocery store to pick up some good bread to go with the great Austrian soup we were having for dinner (Janet, I was thrown into another episode of bliss, homesickness, and fond memories, thank you!!!!) when I saw yet another license plate that made me seriously wish I had waited to post my last blog.

BIG GURL


Hell no. HELL No. Please tell me someone didn't do that to herself, or worse, that her spouse didn't do it to her.

17 comments:

La said...

HAHA!! I'm dyin... SO funny!!

Sister Mary Lisa said...

I'm proud to say that I didn't sit around in my car waiting to see if she was 400 lbs or what. Shaking my head.

-Domokun- said...

It's not a vanity plate, but just bad luck for whoever got this one:

http://images.lamer.net/a55-rgy.jpg

Sister Mary Lisa said...

Domo, that is frickin' hilarious!!! Can I use LOL?? I swear I really did laugh out loud..

Cele said...

Oh too funny domo. Classic.

La said...

Oh so now Domo comments over here too. *rolling eyes* Whatsa girl gotta do??

Sister Mary Lisa said...

La, I've only ever received one comment by Domo (this one), and I don't even know who Domo is...don't be jealous!!

:)

Sideon said...

**laughing**

Puts new meaning to "...where the sun doesn't shine..."

Heehee :)

Freckle Face Girl said...

I hope she is a body builder. At least then it might be a compliment.

My mom's name is Margie & after the Peewee Herman's Big Adventure movie, we teased her about getting plates that said... LRG MARG - She is not big, but she drove a minivan. Horrible right?

Janet M. Kincaid said...

I confess, when I lived in Virginia, I had vanity plates that said WNR BLUT. Lisa, you should get that one. One day, a guy honked and pulled along side and in his finest Wienerisch asked, "Sind Sie Wienerin?" I think he was a bit crestfallen to find I wasn't and that I'd only lived there. Still, I loved those plates.

What I'd love to get is a running marquee for the rear window of my car, so I could type in messages like, "Slow Down Jackass" and "Back off, Motherf*cker" or "Get off your damn phone and get back to driving", but I'd probably get pulled over for that and cited.

Sister Mary Lisa said...

Janet,

Ja, ich liebe deine WNR BLUT Idee. Ich darf nicht WNR BLUT hassen! Mein Deutsch ist leider fuerchterlich.....

Now, I love your idea of the marquee. Seriously. That would make you rich so quick you'd have to buy an island or two just for the tax break. Don't you think maybe the being pulled over and cited would maybe be worth it??

FFGirl, LRG MARG?! How funny. But sadly it's just as horrid as BIG GURL. Not good.

:)

Bishop Rick said...

I want to comment here but have nothing to add.

Janet,

I went to high school in Virginia.

Janet M. Kincaid said...

Bishop Rick,

Where at? We moved to Virginia a couple of years after I graduated from high school in Utah. My sister graduated from Fairfax H.S. ('91) and my brother from Oakton ('93). I attended GMU, though, and earned my B.A. there ('95), before moving to California to attend grad school. Why I'm back in D.C., God only knows (and according to my TBM mother, God is in the details. But don't get me started there, since I'm miserable here. And don't get me started on that, or I'll end up monopolizing Lisa's blog and that would just be rude.)

Janet

Sister Mary Lisa said...

Janet, you and Bishop Rick are free to monopolize my blog anytime. You know you are welcome!

Bishop Rick said...

Hey, I just got a joke e-mail containing several funny pics. One was of a nice convertable lexus with plates that read WAS HIS.

Now that's funny.

Sister Mary Lisa said...

BR, I'm with you. That's hilarious. I have this feeling I wouldn't do that same thing with my husband's beat up Geo Metro if the unthinkable ever happened....

:)

Bishop Rick said...

Janet,

I graduated from Petersburg High School down the road south of Richmond, on I-95. All of my family still lives in that area. I ventured west to attend BYU and stayed in UT.

Oh well.