Tag Archives: St. George

Quite The Provocative Maine Vanity Plate — Do You Get It?

by Anura Guruge


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Saw this last Saturday, at a school, in St. George, Maine (South of Rockland). Took me a second to work it out. Did you get it? The ‘BG’ is for BIG & the ‘FM’ stands for ‘Female’.

I was surprised. I would have thought that there were guidelines to prevent vanity plates like this.

In the same parking lot, and there was a basketball game in progress, I also saw these two, one another vanity plate and the other a bumper sticker.

I found the vanity plate amusing. You get that one right? Obviously a fella with major identity and security issues.


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by Anura Guruge

Classically Evocative Google Doodle For English St. George — On His Day, April 23, 2017.

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More Recent, Non-U.S. April 2013 Google Doodles — Including A Pleasingly Artistic One For St. George’s Day & An Eye Catching One For South Africa.

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Not sure why St. George is portrayed with a noticeable grimace. Are they trying to take the mickey? St. George is normally shown calm and composed as he does battle. Click to access the Doodle in Google’s archive.


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Typical depiction of St. George, this one by the incomparable Italian Renaissance Master, Raphael, now at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.