Monday, October 27, 2008

Do I Offend?

I’m not into bumper stickers and other forms of vehicular conversation. I prefer to blog. Be that as it may, I was shocked at what my friend encountered when she tried to obtain a vanity plate. All she wanted was “S.V.G.” on her plate. The state of PA couldn't approve it on the grounds it might be offensive. Isn't that a violation of her right to free speech? She explained that it stood for “Secret Vette Girl.” Well, that sensitive matter has to go to a supervisor. There’s our taxpayer dollars at work.

SVG. Hmm. Come on everyone. Join in. Come up with offensive matter that fits the acronym. It’s not that easy. I came up with one. Share amongst yourselves. This is fun.

Anyway, how about those flapping balls (testicles) that truck drivers hang off the back of their rigs? That’s what I call offensive. "Mommy, why does that truck have boy parts?" Maybe my friend should add big rubber boobies to her grill or a vagina muffler? Let’s have motorists remove sex parts before we start worrying about the now maligned letters S, V and G. Somebody quick alert Sesame Street. The alphabet better start flying under the radar.

2 comments:

Secret Vette Girl said...

Listen, you little SVG.

You're nothing but an SVG!

I love you, SVG.

Ok, one of my Forum friends in NY has a friend with a Lambo plate that reads: BULLOWME

That definitely would not have gotten through this woman!

What a great way to start the week. Let's hope it actually gets through the "supervisor" and I can put it on the car.

Well, my Secret is out!

Anonymous said...

Super VaGina