Friday, January 07, 2011

Hors d'œuvre

This licence plate, which has apparently been doing the internet rounds for years, has been banned by the humourless Virginia authorities because of its cannibalistic message. The plate is a combination of the letters 'EATTHE' and the charity name Kids First. Personally, I can't see anything wrong with it, so long as the children are served lightly grilled with a little butter...

6 comments:

  1. Hi John -- Jeannie linked to this on DivorceSaloon. Sorry I haven't been here for awhile - Happy New Year!

    Methinks adding a little garlic and spices to your recipe might be nice... :<)

    Started blogging on HuffingtonPost Divorce- I'd love your opinion: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terri-weiss/lawyers-check-out-potenti_b_801404.html and http://www.huffingtonpost.com/terri-weiss/reallife-court-prep_b_795872.html

    Have a great weekend - Terri

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  2. Hi Terri,

    Happy New Year to you too!

    Mmm, garlic and spices... delicious!

    Huff Post blog looks good - certainly stirring up lots of interest!

    Best,

    John.

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  3. i object.
    i would never eat kids because i don't like them.
    (with apologies to charles dickens)

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  4. You're not one of those vegetarian weirdos, are you?

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  5. i really take offence at being called a vegetarian weirdo. i am an omnivorous weirdo.

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