Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tiecollector, Jul 3, 2009.
There's a BMW driver around here whose license plate says JD MBA
I put it after my name. That and MPH. Why? MBA and MPH are two degrees most doctors take seriously and doctors tend to only take MDs seriously. It buys me a little instant cred with folks that don't know me.
Well played, sir.
I put my degree after my name.
i saw one that said teen md and i thought of neo
The BMW wasn't enough? They had to get some text on the back that says "I'm easily suckered into expensive options I don't need"?
I throw Esq. after my name. It reminds me of Bill S. Preston, Esq., so if it was good enough for a Rock n' Roll god it's good enough for me.
I thought esquire means "in line to inherit a title, but not currently in possession" so the son of a Lord or Marquis would use it?
It means something different in Freedom Country.
That's because the DMV won't let him put CUNT on it, so he went with the next closest thing.
I once met a guy at a college fundraiser who introduced himself to me as "Dr. Lee." I asked what his doctorate degree was in, and he responded, "l have a Juris Doctor. From Yale." He was even more of an asshole than you're imagining.
i know this Dr. Lee who you are referring to. he posts on SF under the username "L'Incandescent"
and you'd be wrong.
Does he conveniently park in your garage?
You should have asked if he was for Sara Lee what Colonel Sanders is to KFC.
Bitch, I drive a Jag-you-are. Don't need no specialty license plate for that.
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