Thanks, Dodge, for this fine example of ingenuity and craftsmanship, compliments of the good people of Colorado.


Technically “Dora the Explorer” isn’t a vanity plate, but it cracked me up nonetheless.
Thanks, Dodge, for this fine example of ingenuity and craftsmanship, compliments of the good people of Colorado.
Technically “Dora the Explorer” isn’t a vanity plate, but it cracked me up nonetheless.
Hard to believe we’ve reached Vanity Plate post 1,000 already, yet here we are all the same. We wanted to thank those of you who’ve been checking us out from time to time to recognize the vanity that comprises the state of Pennsylvania. More importantly, we wanted to extend our gratitude to those of you who have contributed plates of your own to make Vanity State one enormous mirror of motorists’ ridiculous egos. Here’s to another 1,000 plates. See you on the road!

Hard to believe we’ve reached Vanity Plate post 1,000 already, yet here we are all the same. We wanted to thank those of you who’ve been checking us out from time to time to recognize the vanity that comprises the state of Pennsylvania. More importantly, we wanted to extend our gratitude to those of you who have contributed plates of your own to make Vanity State one enormous mirror of motorists’ ridiculous egos. Here’s to another 1,000 plates. See you on the road!

  

Dodge was good enough to send us this audio clip from his radio show, Vertically Striped Socks, regarding a hit-and-run of sorts that occurred in Allentown, PA of all places. And that’s not even the best part.

The lady took a recent trip to her home state of Texas and walked away with a bevvy of vanity plate goodness. This “plate” comes from the menu of one of her favorite eateries, Chuy’s, known for their Mexican martinis and big-as-your-face burritos. And matadors who compete against hot rods, apparently.

The lady took a recent trip to her home state of Texas and walked away with a bevvy of vanity plate goodness. This “plate” comes from the menu of one of her favorite eateries, Chuy’s, known for their Mexican martinis and big-as-your-face burritos. And matadors who compete against hot rods, apparently.

Leave it to Craig Dodge to come up with these unbelievable vanity plate-related stories from across this great(?) nation.
"Apparently a lot of people love tofu," says Dodge, in relation to this bit of news from Colorado. Well, and this news from Tennessee.
In all fairness, who doesn’t love to fu?! Er, tofu?

Leave it to Craig Dodge to come up with these unbelievable vanity plate-related stories from across this great(?) nation.

"Apparently a lot of people love tofu," says Dodge, in relation to this bit of news from Colorado. Well, and this news from Tennessee.

In all fairness, who doesn’t love to fu?! Er, tofu?

As it turns out, YEE HAA is actually unavailable in PA, as someone’s already driving around with this plate. We want his head!

As it turns out, YEE HAA is actually unavailable in PA, as someone’s already driving around with this plate. We want his head!

Found this gem on some dude’s rear window. Also, is that him passed out in the back seat? Too much vag, we guess.

Found this gem on some dude’s rear window. Also, is that him passed out in the back seat? Too much vag, we guess.

Spotted this postcard in (no surprises here) Texas. Doing just fine, thank you!

Spotted this postcard in (no surprises here) Texas. Doing just fine, thank you!

Here’s another non-vanity plate submission from Dodge. It’s pretty damn brilliant/insane:

I thought you might appreciate the “Keep Gate Closed” sign. Thing is padlocked like crazy and completely worthless apart from a good laugh.

Here’s another non-vanity plate submission from Dodge. It’s pretty damn brilliant/insane:

I thought you might appreciate the “Keep Gate Closed” sign. Thing is padlocked like crazy and completely worthless apart from a good laugh.

No, it’s not a vanity plate; rather, it’s a sign submitted by our pal, Craig Dodge, who wrote the following:

I also included a pic of a sign that someone put up in the kitchen at my work because I thought you’d enjoy it.

We do, Dodge. We do.

No, it’s not a vanity plate; rather, it’s a sign submitted by our pal, Craig Dodge, who wrote the following:

I also included a pic of a sign that someone put up in the kitchen at my work because I thought you’d enjoy it.

We do, Dodge. We do.