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Saturday, November 6, 2010

So What's Her Occupation?

We were behind this car at a red light, and it took a while to solve, but then we couldn't figure out who would have this vanity plate.

Ideas?

8 comments:

Linda Myers said...

Veterinarian, talking to a client dog?

Lois Evensen said...

Perhaps a Vet? But, then, I guess the "U" would have to be a dog? :)

dotsie said...

Well, he or she (KU) either sells tickets to something--sports events, rock concerts, OR, she runs a pesticide company that exterminates ticks.
what a job!

Amy Lagerquist said...

Wow. Hopefully the driver was male, given the lyrics to that particular song!

I struggle with vanity plate deciphering. I was behind one the other day that said DEENTDI. Huh?

I finally got it...after realizing their license plate frame spelled it out: "Dee Not Di". Oh, so her name must be spelled "Di" but pronounced "Dee"? I guess if people mispronounced my name all the time I'd want to set the world straight, too.

John said...

You folks might like plateside...
http://plateside.com

Rita said...

Obviously a Brad Paisley fan...

Deere Driver said...

I started out with tickets (TIX), then the ticks (vet), but now I see the Brad Paisley in it too.

We have to find this woman(the driver was female), to know!!!

Thanks for the feed back!

Southwest Arkie said...

I second Rita's thought- it has to be a Paisley fan.