While driving the kids to one of their summer activities recently, I realized I was following a car with a personalized license plate.
That really isn't all that uncommon around here, as the cost of vanity plates (as far as I know) isn't a major step up from getting the random assortment of letters and numbers that the rest of us have. So it seems like more and more people think that having something witty on their car is just as necessary as, say, having car insurance for it.
Case in point is that what made my eyes stop for a closer look at this car was that the custom plate clearly read:
Really? Wassaap? The slang way to say What's Up? is the most creative thing that you could come up with?
Having never had a vanity plate myself, maybe I just don't understand the draw... or maybe I just don't think I would ever be able to come up with anything that was much funnier than this.
Besides, for me it really would need to read...
For now, I think I'll stick with my mishmash collection and be perfectly content with it.
And maybe if I run into WAASAAP again, I'll roll down the window and ask if they spent as much time getting car insurance quotes as they did coming up with that.
What do you think? Do you or have you ever had a vanity license plate? What did it (or would it) say?