Sunday, June 11, 2017

Easy Sunday and Hard Plates

#1 plate was spotted by Cammie and Maggie from Army of Four we thank them
* indicates we could not figure it out

1. PIPEFTR, Pipe fitter
2. NYTWIN2, Maybe New York Twin Towers
4. TRAVL, Travel
6. NHARMONE, In Harmony
7. C8888PND, *
8. MYLAST, My last what?
10. FLAK, Flake
11. BBPASTRY, blueberry pastry lol
12. 4TUNE, Fortune
13. JOHN03RD, possible referring to John 3:16
14. GR8L@KES, Great Lakes
15. TAKETIME, Take time
16. GABISMOM, Gabi's Mom
17. AKA4ME, *
18. SNOWBRDR, Snowboarder
19. HALELUYA, Hallelujah
21. WOOLFIE, K9 lover
22. D'Blues, The Blues
23. YRE4U, Year for you?
24. ANTBUBBA, Aunt Bubba?
25. SUNICALF, Sunny California
26. FIREFOTO, Fire Photo?
27. RUVIP?, Are you a very important person
28. PAPASCAR, Papa's Car
29. X$PEN$IVE Expensive on a Mercedes Benz
30. ENUF, Enough
31. DAG*


  1. Wow, those ARE some hard plates. We think we would like to cozy up on that bed with you rather than trying to figure out those plates!
    Hope you're having an easy Sunday, sweet girl.

  2. #3 would be the one for the staff hahahaha... maybe #27 is a russian vip? hope it's not the gremlin of the kremlin ;o)

    1. Hari OM
      This is most likely the reference; the aviation waypoint for navigation using this reference is in Italy so much less likely! Yxx

  3. Hari OM
    MOL... drone's-eye view... bwwahahahah... now down to bizz -

    #3 - I suspect it is simply 'rock freak' and could be a head-banger's car OR a mountaineer's
    #5 - this is a reference to the Phillipino language, Tagalog
    #7 - c8888 is a programmer's term mostly in Fortran - no idea about the PND!
    #8 -, presumably!
    #9 - refers either to the little bird of that name - but is also the Spanish for 'little nun'...
    #10 - they would have added the 'e' themselves I feel... this is more likely to refer to the nickname for a media consultant (a reworking of the term used for anti-aircraft fire)
    #17 - have to tell ya this has likely reference to things we'd prefer not to know; AKA guns is one possibility - OR - a 'designer' drug of the white powder variety...
    #20 - this looks to be a shortening of the full Gaelic word 'sassenach' which means Southerner (used to refer to anyone South of the Highland-Lowland line)
    #23 - Y Group Real Estate reference (mainly commercial property)
    #24 - golfing reference; Bubba Watson's ball landed on an anthill during a major comp
    #26 - could be... but there is a Firefox (search engine) extension (app) for image control called Fire-Foto, so perhaps to do with that? There is also an Ohio-based photography company online...
    #31 - is Dutch for 'day'... but also Strine (Aussie slang) for a stupid or 'uncool' person... "Wha'dchoo do that for, you dag?" ...

    Golly, I wish UK plates were half as interesting!!! Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

    1. THANK you for all your hard work Yam Aunty!!
      Hugs madi and mom

  4. #3 must be a geologist, and #20 is surely 'Sassenach', a Scots word for an English person, used in a derogatory sense.
    Toodle pip!

  5. Madi, now that is a good Easy going on. Lots of great plates and some good explanations.Have a great day.

  6. You Easy sure looks purrfect sweet Madi! That's a nice bunch of plates today!

  7. FIREFOTO is good one me... and I LOVE the drone pics... thanks for the laugh...

  8. We keep our eye out for vanity license plates. Haven't found many yet. When we find enough, we'll send them to you.

  9. Maybe #3 is a rock (and roll) freak? #17 might be Also Known As For Me? Also C8888 seems to be a type of motorcycle. That's all we can add to the mystery!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  10. Sassenach is the Scottish name for the English. That's the only think we can think of for SASSNACH.

  11. Wow, what a great collection of plates! We were glad to find one to submit!
    You've inspired me -- I'm going to go jump up on the big bed here and take a snooze!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

  12. Wow, very tough plates. Aunty Yam sure did a great job of analysis.

    Madi, we love your bed - very pretty.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty

  13. We love the drones eye view...and Mama loves the stripes with your gray furs!!
    High Paws!
    Arty, Jakey & Bilbo

    PeeEss...As usual, great plates too!

  14. That is a lot of plates! Beautiful photos of you enjoying your bed.XO

  15. Some tough plates for sure! Guess they aren't naughty😜

  16. Drone's eye view ~ BOL!!!! That's a good one! You do look FABulous from any view my furiend!
    OMD, those are good plates! Aunty Yam did a most FABulous job at figuring out what they meant! Thou, the CA one obviously belongs to someone who REMEMBERS that that was the abbreviation for CA waaaaaay back when!
    Ruby ♥

  17. We hope there really wasn't a drone above you, Madi. What a invasion of privacy! :)

  18. Of course you like fishes! Love the drone's eye view! Aunt Bubba is an interesting plate... I am going to have to look for plates to tell you about when we are out meandering around... :)

  19. oh how nice to be able to take it easy! we don't know what that is on a weekend

  20. What a lovely bed you have! My idea for this one, ROKFREAK, *, would be they are rock collectors....they "Freak" out about rocks? Could be.

    Puppy Growls,

  21. Your plates are always interesting and we love Yam Aunties research too. Was your mom standing on a chair for that drone shot or did she really get a drone to play with? We would love to have one of those.


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