Holy Shit. EPIC fail.
I bet Eilzabeth is totally pissed right now. She probably told St. Peter to not let this loser past the pearly gates when he arrives. Or at least mess with him for a few thousand years before letting him in.
Eilzabeth always said, "he ain't real smart, but I loves him."
It IS the thought that counts and what were they thinking??!!As an art director I am offended by 1) the lack of proof reading, 2) the choice of font (unreadable!), 3) the a atrocious word spacing (In of memory Eilzabeth"? ), and 4) the placement of the message (is a Cheverolet really a fitting memorial for someone you loved?)As someone named "Elizabeth", I'm just offended!Peel those off and try again!
Give him a break. He was the only one in his family to pass the 3rd grade...
what an idiot!!
Well there goes a dude about to be haunted.
Makes me glad that my name only has 4 letters in it...
hahahahaha!Oh, I mean: Poor Eilzabeth.
One good thing...I couldn't read it anyway. It does make you wonder why he immortalized her on the rear of his vehicle. I wonder what's on the inside...
I actually see a lot of these memorials here in Florida, some including a photograph of the deceased. And that font isn't unusual for these things.My thought - what if her name really was Eilzabeth, because her parents couldn't spell for the birth certificate?
*sniff*That's truly peotic.
Eilzabeth has some serious haunting to do!
I bet she was the speller in the family
Aww yeah, someone's about to get their ass haunted.(apologies to BeckEye & Jules who were much faster with this joke than me!)
Spell check doesn't exist everywhere.
The must have run out of letters in Mexico!- Jennifer
To be fair, that font is from the olden dayz. Correct spelling was optional back then. They had more important stuff to worry about anyway. Like, hunting wildebeests and stuff.
We used to call her Eel.
Those old english letters make me cross-eyed.
I'm so glad Elizabeth didn't live to see this.And judging by the font, she died in a hail of gunfire.
Are you sure he spelled it wrong? Could be that her parents spelled "Elizabeth" wrong on her birth certificate, and so now "Eilzabeth" is her correct legal name.... You laugh, but I've seen it...
At least it wasn't a tattoo. ;-)
I'm sorry, but I don't feel bad for laughing!
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