June 16, 2011

Sports related United States license plates

One of my minor hobbies is taking photos of interesting license plates. All the ones displayed here have a sports theme. The most clever is the Wisconsin plate that uses the Green Bay Packers logo to help spell out GOBEARS.

Team logos on vanity plates are interesting. Here we have Florida's Miami Heat logo, as well as the logo of the Pack. In Las Vegas you will see many plates relating to gambling.

Twice I have seen a Nevada plate MULVA. Seinfeld fans will understand. Unfortunately, my camera was at home.

The is from Wikipedia;


Having neglected to ask the name of the woman he is dating (played by Susan Walters), Jerry tries to solve the mystery. Given the clue that her name rhymes with a part of the female anatomy, Jerry and George come up with possible candidates: Aretha (for urethra), Celeste (for breast), and Bovary (for ovary).

The payoff to the joke comes at the end of the episode when she presses him to say her name. Jerry guesses Mulva (for vulva), causing her to storm out of Jerry's apartment. As she is leaving, Jerry incorrectly guesses another name, Gipple (for nipple). Then, in a flash of insight, Jerry runs to the window and yells "Dolores!" (for clitoris). Her name is never explicitly revealed to the audience (being listed as "Mystery Woman" in the credits), but it is revealed to be "Dolores" when the character returns in season eight's "The Foundation".

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