My Journey through Breast Cancer

On October 11, 2013, I was diagnosed with Stage II Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) ... or as we like to call it, extreme measures for a nap (EMFN). For a while, this blog will be my cancer journal. Enter at your own risk.

21 September 2007

snap judgments

I have begun to judge people according to the Scrabble value of the letters in their license plates. The higher the score, the better. Pickup trucks are in the worst luck, having only one letter. They have to have a Z, Q or J to even qualify to play! Personalized plates are obviously trying the hardest, but that also feels a little like cheating. The rest of us have to play with whatever three letters we're assigned. My license plate is worth 9 points, D (2), V (4), P (3). So I think I'm pretty cool. I feel bad for the people who only have vowels, or letters like R, T, and S. They should so sign up for a new license plate.

If you want to add up the value of your vehicle, click on this list of scrabble tile values.


Amy Hammer said...

My plates are worth 10 scrabble points. Hah! M(3) H(4) B(3). Neiner Neiner.

Michelle said...

Only 6 here F(4) R(1) T(1).

Mom Dub said...

I've got you all beat. ZHV = 18! Our other car is CJR = 12!

Anonymous said...

Ours rank 11 (GXR = 2+8+1) and 6 (EAY=1+1+4). But our friend Krista, aka our senior pastor's daughter, has us all beat with 24. Her letters? XXX! What are the odds?