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June 27, 2008


The GAC (Get A Clue) State

(Thanks to Siouxie and Steve [The Other Steve] Lancaster)


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Siouxie lost an I!

Poor Siouxie.

Dave, getcherself some coffee!

I bet most North Carolinians keep them. I know I would.

WTF is vulgar about it?

The technology teacher had to be told by her granddaughter what the acronym meant?

I wonder if NTTAWWT would get past the DMV folks.

Um, Grandma?

Yes, Dear?

About your license plate...

Yes, isn't it lovely? So easy to remember, too! "WTF-5505". I always think of it as "water the flowers"!

Um, yeah. That'll work.



Hell, I'd keep mine too. I guess it's too late to get a WTFBBQ plate, huh?

I don't get it?!

It's a miracle! She can see once more!

YAY! I got my *i*

Next thing you know, they'll outlaw the word "snafu".

Wonders what kind of technology they teach in NC. I mean apart from the obvious wonders of "moving pictures" and steam engines.

They didn't tell you that they are replacing the plates with the less-offensive "WTT" (What The Tarnation).


FIRST! it's WTF, then it'll be WVA!

... well, that one might be reasonable to lose...

I guess North Carolina taxpayers are SOL.


"WTF is vulgar about it?"

It's only vulgar if you already know it's vulgar.

George Carlin just passed away, and now someone's decided that the 3-letter sequence "WTF" is somehow offensive? Yes, I know what it stands for, but that's just silly. Pretty soon they won't be able to use BOB, SOL, STFU, MF, SOB, LOL, WBAGNFARB, BM, etc, etc. Pretty soon, all they'll be left with is the letters "Q", "X", and "Z".

and sometimes "Y"

Stupid teenagers. They ruined the whole thing! Ten thousand people driving around with WTF on their license plates? Ha!

I would totally keep mine.

Will they be replacing them with plates that start with "OMG"?

Well, I am disappointed.

I was in NC for several hours this afternoon, and I saw not a single WTF plate.

First of all, *SNORKS* Siouxie (btw, duck!, because that beer came out my nose)...

Second of all, "I can't believe it," DMV Commissioner Bill Gore said Monday when told about the online glitch. "Obviously, I didn't know it was there."

I'm guessing, jus' guessin', mind you, that "obviously" is the new euphemism for "ROTFLMFAO" (or even the new euphemism for "WTF")

also, "Commissioner Bill Gore" WnotBAGNFARB...

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