This latest installment in my typological study of Southwestern Ohio vanity license plates focuses on the succinctly articulated ego trip. LUK AT ME: doi, why else would someone spree for a vanity license plate?
4MEWHAT? Actually, I think it’s for everyone you encounter. What?
ME AGAIN? You don’t say!
YRRR OUT. No, you’re out! A weird angle because I shot this from the upper level of a Megabus:
14U2KNO; sadly, I don’t think I know this person:
WE R FAB, WE WYNN, and we are most definitely humble:
IBFOXY, IM FIT, and IM GOOD 2:
So good, in fact, you’re SYZZLYN:
I think DRK GABL and BLC BARB would make a fine couple, don’t you?
In the sure-to-be epic battle between THE MAGI and WZARD1, who would win?
Actually, I think I’d place my bet on the CONQURR:
The odds on VZNARY are pretty good, too:
DR MAGIC is a close personal friend of Dr. Love:
This might not make sense to anyone else, but 6FTSEXY makes me think of 50 Ft. Queenie [41 feet too short, though]:
BLONDE could be a simple factual statement but, if you put it on a vanity license plate, I think you’re definitely bragging:
DA SEXI 1? Oh, that one…
PRETTYB? You don’t say…
Simply too, 2GORJIS:
In fact, WAY2QT! Yikes, I caught this woman’s butt hanging out of the car as she was grabbing something. It really wasn’t that cute and, because I’m a nice person, I’ve cropped her out. Because I’m not that nice, I still have to mention it:
I’ll end on a high note with TRUDIVA — I actually started to Google this, thinking it must a new artificial sweetener. As I was typing, I realized, duh, it’s just the most humble vanity license plate ever!
This is the 11th in an ongoing, occasional series. For more, check out Part 1: meta expression, Part 2: sports messaging, and possibly adult content, Part 3: God stuff, Part 4: local businesses, Part 5: professions, Part 6: names and self-designations, Part 7: love and marriage, Part 8: places, Part 9: all creatures great and small, and Part 10: food and beverages.
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