Tuesday, February 17, 2009

MYRDH

As I was pulling into a parking space at my dentist, I saw a license plate that read,"I (heart) MYRDH" and naturally I thought that it meant, "I heart Myr, duh." Which I'm fine with. People can love me. But then, it hit me that maybe they meant "I heart murder." Murder! That is crazy talk.

So then, I was trying to figure out who might own that car in which that Murder business would be okay. I could only come up with Angela Lansbury. Well, her, and I kept trying not to think that maybe that car belonged to my dentist.

5 comments:

Jodie said...

Yikes! Could it be I heart my ride? I'm not sure how rdh would translate to ride though...or if the ride was worth hearting.

Xiaoshan said...

looked up RDH, and it is an acronym for registered dental hygeniest.

Ky said...

Oh man...those were the first two things I thought it meant as well. I hope they don't heart murder!

Jana and Ray said...

Oh my love. You were t the dentist right? It is i Heart my RDH, which is short for registered dental hygienist. I know because I am a dental hygienist and not only do I heart it, but I have to sign that after my name when I chart and stuff. like so... " jana RDH" I dont think anyone is out to kill you, I love it, i dont blame you cause its not common knowledge. hope I helped!

Tara said...

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LOL...I'm imagining you freaking out about murder in your dentists office. I had no idea about the acronym for dental hygienists...I wonder what people would think if I had a license plate that said "I (heart) MYOTR" (OTR is registered occupational therapist)... kinda looks like it could mean I heart my odor...