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.
This week’s Bumper Stumper is flat-out weird. Yes, we understand how Roman numerals work, and that these letters would then translate to “25 21.” All the same, what in the hell does that even mean?! If there’s some other obvious rationale for this — for instance, the driver’s a huge fan of Super Bowls XXV and XXI — but that, too, makes no sense, since those games were won by San Francisco and the New York Giants, respectively. So your help is needed, obviously. What’s the word?
This week’s Bumper Stumper seems appropriate (maybe?), considering it’s football season and all. That is, we’re reading this plate as “Jets and a 40,” as though some fat-ass Jets fan is crashed out on his couch, drinking his 40 of OE, cursing at Rex Ryan and the rest of those NY dicks. Or, maybe it’s just “Jets and a fourth down”? Or maybe it’s neither of these and we’re reaching. Your thoughts?
We haven’t got a clue on this week’s Bumper Stumper. Okay, yes, it looks like SEXY, but why the “HV” in between? Does it have to do with the make of the car? The driver’s last name? Is he so sexy that he requires extra, irregular letters in order to spell it properly? Is his nose simply stuffed up? What do you got on this one?
We don’t even have a pithy comment and/or guess at this week’s Bumper Stumper. DOTDIZ means absolutely nothing, and yet it obviously means something. Maybe the driver, Dot, is a dizzy blonde? Or maybe that’s the driver’s last name? Or maybe you would be so good as to hazard a guess so we can take the day off for once. Sheesh! Is that too much to ask?
This week’s Bumper Stumper is doused in irony, most likely, in that we’re pretty sure VTAAAAK relates to cars or engines, but we honestly don’t know. Ridiculous, really, that we know nothing about cars, considering this whole blog is a commentary on license plates. Shameful.
Also, it’s way more fun if you read this plate as V-TAAAAK-AAAAK-AAAAK-AAAAK-AAAAK-AAAAK-AAAK!
This week’s Bumper Stumper appears to be one letter short of being easily understood. That is, we have to assume there’s an “N” missing in the latter half of the plate, thus translating this one to “All Renting” or “All Ranting” or, strangely/disgustingly, “All Runting.” But in any of those cases, huh? What in hell does that even mean?
Mitch captured this Bumper Stumper a couple weeks back, and it’s been lingering in our minds ever since. “Good, not a bug?” “Goddamn, not a bug?” “Good night, a bug?” For the love of all that’s good and holy, someone solve this shit for us!
Also, why in the hell do West Virginians get an extra letter? Probably something to do with the illiteracy late in that great state.