August 30, 2009
We might think this is your average douchey Jesus freak license plate — tacking “God” onto the model of the car. Vomit. But given the bumper stickers, we think the driver might be shouting out to a/the goddess, which implies that she is the sort of person who revels in her “moon cycles” and is against penetrative sex. Spotted in Santa Monica, of course.
Just because we are liberals does not mean we do not see the ridiculousness of certain types of liberal.
August 30, 2009
Declaring your couple-dom is uncool and socially unacceptable after high school ends. Declaring you own coolness is basically never cool at any time in your life. So this plate is extra douche-y.
Douchebag license plate reading KOOLCPL.
In the same parking lot, we also spotted a bumper sticker that, while not exactly douche-y in the sense this blog is going for, is certainly douche-y:
Anti-vaccination bumper sticker in Comic Sans.
SOME people certainly need to educate themselves, but if this driver is looking for such a person, we suggest that he or she look behind the wheel.
August 29, 2009
Nothing says “date me” like buying a license plate to self-declare your bedroom prowess! It works almost as well as patronizing the ladies or wearing Axe body spray.
Douchebag license plate reading STUDLEY.
August 28, 2009
This driver appears to be a graduate of a University of California at Los Angeles campus located in France.
August 27, 2009
Someday, we’d like to see a license plate declaring average or even bad parenting skills, rather than one that allows the owner to give him-/herself a compliment.
Douchebag license plate reading SPFY MOM.
August 26, 2009
Not with Tila Tequila.
An agent downtown spotted not one but two douchey plates, but couldn’t get pics. Unless he was making them up, we approve.
1. BMW, spoiled-looking woman doing makeup: IMVRYL8.
2. Lexus convertile: ITSSOOC. (Or maybe ITSOC?)
August 12, 2009
We had to snap this one surreptitiously, but we are not sorry. (Almost) everyone likes alcohol, dude. But not everyone feels the need to advertise it, particularly in a driving context.