• One time while driving, years ago, I spotted someone with the vanity plate “TWITTER.” My friends and I couldn’t get a picture of it because it was nighttime. The end. (PS: Here is another pretty good vanity plate.)  -FilmDrunk
  • Speaking of that great story, here’s this: “Learn to Become a Phenomenal Storyteller with Pixar’s 22 Writing Rules.” (#1. Make part of it kind of sad. #2. Make it cute., etc.) -Lifehacker
  • This is just good footage of the Dead Kennedys recording in 1981. I know it’s not usually the kind of thing we talk about, but it’s the holidays, so. -DangerousMinds
  • House of Cards has a return date, y’all, and it’s two days before my birthday! Or: Valentine’s Day! Whichever description of the date is more relevant to you! -Deadline
  • Speaking of dates (does Pixar have any lessons on segues because I DON’T NEED THOSE EITHER), the Veronica Mars movie has a release one! A release date! -/Film
  • Here are some movie scenes that you never knew were improvised, unless you did know, in which case I apologize for assuming otherwise. -DeathAndTaxes
Comments (14)
  1. Earlier today I saw a Bort licence plate. I wanted to take a picture but I was with my boss. I feel like I’ve failed the Internet.

  2. Aww, my brother and I used to make the most annoying sound in the world to each other all the time because we are 1) very original, and 2) very cool.

  3. “kind of” sad, pixar????? ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME????? You’re gonna tell me that Up is “kind of” sad? Or Finding Nemo’s beginning?

  4. Yeah, right, “kind of” sad, pixar…. If you were hoping the beginning of Up or Finding Nemo would be “kind of” sad you guys are all terrible at your jobs!

  5. My favorite vanity license plate is the one I saw that simply said “MEATBALL.” My 2nd favorite vanity plate was SWTBOOTY, because it was either sweet booty or sweat booty. Since it was pulling into a Steak ‘N Shake, I’m betting on the latter.

  6. I used to see this really junky Olds everyday on my way to OU and the license plate said “portkey”. So maybe they were hoping that a wizard would take them out of Oklahoma and to a better place?

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