Do I need to say more? Well, I will. Some dipshit Minnesota Vikings fan living in Wisconsin has gone out and purchased one of those personalized Green Bay Packers license plates.
And the genius used the Green Bay logo to spell out Go Vikes.
Harrrrrrrrr! You’re fucking brilliant, bro! Way to go!
I wonder if his car gets keyed much?
Ironically, the idiot who purchased this personalized Packers license plate will be paying $25 a year to the Packers for maintenance and operational costs of Lambeau Field.
Has anyone seen this thing in the wild? Maybe you could tell everyone where he lives.
My neighbor in Kenosha has a similar G-o Bears license plate. I want to karate chop this fucker in the throat.
This may be giving a HUGE benefit of a doubt here, but what if they are a “mixed” couple consisting of one fan of each. Obviously, half of that relationship is an idiot, but still.
On a brighter note, my Uncle lives in Colorado and has “GOPACKGO” plates. He says that he gets the finger a lot.
That’s likely one of the few types of “mixed” couples currently not accepted by society, it just seems plain unnatural.
Silly Vikings fans, always trying to usurp what rightfully belong to the Packers–and failing miserably in the process.
As a Packer fan living in Minnesota, I’m pretty sure I’d key the fuck out of that car regardless of which State I saw it in. I’d never mess with another man’s automobile, unless they’re that much of a douche.
Have you ever been to the “Tailgate” in Richfield? Every time I go there the Packer fans are in abundance. Go Pack Go!
its this simple – I would never own anything that had another team’s logo on it. anything. never. period.
That’s funny because at first glace it actually looks like 0 VIKES. Like 0-4 in the superbowl Vikes. Classic. He thought he was being clever. Funny.
I thought the same thing at first sight. …
LAWS rocket target?
Fuck. Forgot the round is worth more than the car…
I’ve seen this car before. And thought the same thing Monty spelled out in the article.
It’s likely a 1982 Pinto.
I thought it said 0 Vikes. As in 0 Super Bowl Championships.
Thanks for the exposure! The best part of having this plate is these kind of responses!
But seriously, it’s all in good fun. And I thought I’d better correct your article because the Packers don’t receive one cent of that $25. The license plate money goes to the city of Green Bay, which owns Lambeau Field, not the Packers. I have no problem supporting a stadium in the state I live and that I utilize once, and sometimes twice, a year.