Where were you people on last week’s Cinéma Vánité, which came to us compliments of Fast Girl?! If you’ve not yet seen this tour de force, you’re truly missing out. (Okay, it’s a total piece of shit. That plate, however, is fucking dynamite!)
This week’s plate isn’t so much a mystery as it is a tribute to television. Late night television, actually. This plate belongs to a modern day late-night hero in honor of his late-night hero. With that, it shouldn’t be too tough to solve, particularly because you can rule out Arsenio immediately. What do you think, Hollywood?
This car doesn’t take gas; it runs on these.
(Big ups to Mike for this gem.)
Nice plate, Tony, but maybe you could tone it down a notch.
(Thanks for the effort, dirtysailorroe.)
This week’s Bumper Stumper probably has a solution, in that these letters likely represent the initials of the husband and wife combo (both end in “T”). All the same, we would prefer to think that the driver is somehow foolishly illiterate, loves Twitter, and thought he’d do some clever marketing for his favorite brand. Or, he just likes little birds. Whatever.
Sweet Jesus! What an amazing catch by dirtysailorroe.
And as we all know, nothing says “I love to rock!” like a Kid Rock sticker smartly placed right at the base of the rear-view window. This BMX Mom knows where it’s at. (Okay, it’s not a mom at all. Here’s the actual driver.)
Sadly, we still don’t have a clue as to where last week’s Cinéma Vánité came from, as all of those Disney movies start to blend together after a while. Just know that there were some highly annoying tweens and teens in that piece of crap.
This week’s plate is an absolute gem. Not only is it a return to the big screen, but it’s actually from yet another Disney-esque teen romp. Put your pedal to the medal on this one, people, as it’s a humdinger of a plate. We’re thinking folks like Keanu and Tracy Chapman would be big fans of this nonsense. Have you taken it out for a spin?