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DMVs Across the Country Learning Textspeak

samzenpus posted about a year and a half ago | from the OMG dept.

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First time accepted submitter 3seas writes in about DMVs across the country learning textspeak in order to keep vulgar acronyms off the road. "You can have txtspeak on your plate in Arizona, but only if you keep it clean. 'ROFLMAO' is a no-go. Arkansas, however, seems to be a little slower on the uptake. 'ROFLMAO' doesn't appear on the state's prohibited list. That doesn't necessarily mean the plate would pass DMV scrutiny should someone request it."

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I had "IM LMAO" for a few years (1)

kimgkimg (957949) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745061)

Ended up letting it go with the car when I sold it. Saw that it was available again, but the DMV won't allow you to order it anymore.

Re:I had "IM LMAO" for a few years (1)

anagama (611277) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746201)

I week ago I saw a great one: CPTWTF

Cool... (1, Insightful)

noobermin (1950642) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745063)

I guess, this matters? :/

Re:Cool... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745435)

Can somebody moderate this guy into the ground? I'm so sick of people bitching about articles that aren't news-for-nerds enough for them. Just don't fucking read them!

Re:Cool... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745581)

+1

Re:Cool... (1)

noobermin (1950642) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745645)

Sorry but it isn't. I read the whole article, it's short.

I'm personally concerned about the quality of posts on this site, AC, that are becoming more and more political and click-bait than being of interest. Nonetheless, I am not and shouldn't be God to regulate the choice of submitters and editors...so if the crowd of nerds on slashdot moves in that direction, who am I to stop them?

Re:Cool... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745719)

meh, it was an interesting tidbit and it only wasted a couple seconds of my time. Plus, they're still making "substantial" articles, so it's not time to worry just yet.

Dumbest regulations ever... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745077)

OK, you don't want the seven dirty words on license plates. Fine. But acronyms that don't actually SPELL any of the words? Fuck Off.

Re:Dumbest regulations ever... (2)

sjames (1099) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745195)

Shouldn't that be FOAD?

Re:Dumbest regulations ever... (1)

mjwx (966435) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746527)

Shouldn't that be FOAD?

FOADIAF

Here in Australia we dont have an issue. I've seen DILLIGAF, FACTHUNT and PORKHUNT on the road. EPICHUNT is still available in WA.

There were some plates with a picture of a starfish embossed on the right hand side issued some years back. Someone got CHOCOLATE.

Re:Dumbest regulations ever... (1)

sjames (1099) | about a year and a half ago | (#42747477)

It seems to me that people who would be offended probably won't know what the textspeak means anyway, they might as well allow it.

Re:Dumbest regulations ever... (2)

Seumas (6865) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745835)

I don't see how it's their business to regulate anything you want on your plate. If I can put "FUCK" on my car (and I can, free speech and all), then there's no reason I can't put it on my plate. Government agencies need to get out of the censorship business, in all circumstances.

Re:Dumbest regulations ever... (1, Insightful)

Carnildo (712617) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746165)

You own the car. You don't own the license plate.

Re:Dumbest regulations ever... (4, Funny)

TubeSteak (669689) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746463)

Boy is he going to be surprised when he finds out that the government owns almost all the roads too.

Re:Dumbest regulations ever... (1)

cheekyjohnson (1873388) | about a year and a half ago | (#42747415)

I still fail to see why they should be allowed to prevent you from having such license plates.

Re:Dumbest regulations ever... (1)

ChrisMaple (607946) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746317)

In California, I saw these license plates

FOK YO

PUDENDA

Each of these is rude and likely to provoke anger and violence. It's not good public policy to encourage people to misbehave.

Best One Seen (1)

sfm (195458) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746663)

From years ago in Texas, hot chick in a red vet:
License Plate ==> QQQQ

Re:Best One Seen (1)

SydShamino (547793) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746905)

The best I've seen, also in Texas, is an animal friendly [state.tx.us] plate with the license "YIFFY". This was a few years ago.

A55 RGY Takes the Cake (5, Funny)

EmagGeek (574360) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745087)

http://grupthinkpro.s3.amazonaws.com/grupthinklive80240347b2eab6b15fd4935656ba50e8 [amazonaws.com]

Nobody will ever top Florida "A55 RGY" with the big orange in the middle serving as the letter "O."

A55 O RGY

Re:A55 RGY Takes the Cake (5, Funny)

PRMan (959735) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745627)

C'mon. This is Slashdot. We know nothing of such things. This plate is way more up our alley: http://macnugget.org/albums/cars/feature.jpeg [macnugget.org]

Re:A55 RGY Takes the Cake (1)

Spectre (1685) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746089)

Best plate ever, I wish I had mod points.
Every software geek will get it, but the other 99.5% of the people will be clueless.

Don't feed the trolls! (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42747581)

Nobody will ever top Florida "A55 RGY" with the big orange in the middle serving as the letter "O."

A55 O RGY

C'mon. This is Slashdot. We know nothing of such things.

No. This is Slashdot. If there is anything we DO know, it's the dangers of an ass orgy. (Insert link to goatse here.) I mean REALLY.

what does ROFLMAO mean? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745115)

C'mon guys, just asking. Although I did once see "BAS MOI" on an Oregon vanity plate. That's crude French for "Come fuck me'. It would take real balls to drive a car with that plate in Montreal. Personally I thought that it was funny.

Re:what does ROFLMAO mean? (1)

qubezz (520511) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746763)

I guess Oregon doesn't research foreign languages well, knew an Indonesian who had "CIMENG" (slang, google image search will reveal a meaning now), and "ANJING" (means dog, but it an expletive when yelled out, like "fuck!", when you are mad).

How is ROFLMAO vulgar? (1)

drijen (919269) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745123)

Rolling On the Floor, Laughing Madly And Out loud. Wow, that sounds totally offensive! Idiots.

Re:How is ROFLMAO vulgar? (1)

MortimerV (896247) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745155)

No doubt that'd be fine, but ROFLMAO stands for Rolling On the Floor Laughing My Ass Off.

Re:How is ROFLMAO vulgar? (1)

Golddess (1361003) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745285)

I think the A could just as easily stand for Arms. And that's the problem with banning acronyms, especially with no context behind them. Is that FTW "Fuck The World" or "For The Win"? Maybe that WTF is actually "Went To Florida", or a persons name. Wendy Taylor Finnigan.

In a related note, I've seen ROFLMAO on a Maryland plate. Not recently, but within the last two years I guess it was.

Re:How is ROFLMAO vulgar? (1)

Em Adespoton (792954) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745299)

...and what's wrong with a donkey enjoying your good mood?

Re:How is ROFLMAO vulgar? (1)

MortimerV (896247) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746467)

I don't make the rules, you'll have to take that one up with PETA.

Re:How is ROFLMAO vulgar? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745177)

Textspeak IS offensive.

Tennessee has a great tag... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745127)

Tennessee use seven alphanumeric characters. I saw the following a couple of years ago.

      WTF OMG

It was surprising to see that out in the open.

Re:Tennessee has a great tag... (1)

Golddess (1361003) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745339)

Seems tame to me. Clearly the person was commemorating their parents move.
"Went To Florida, Operation: Move Granny."

Never throught about it... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745141)

...and now I want a Suburban hybrid with "YMMV" as the tag...

Suggestion (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745199)

Just thought of a good one: FTFY

Just a dash (4, Funny)

ljw1004 (764174) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745223)

The Washington State DMV rules say that you can use any combination of letters, digits or hyphen, up to a maximum of 7 characters. Single-character license plates are acceptable, but they've all been taken apart from one:

-

I think a single hyphen would be great. When police officers write a citation for speeding, in the box for the motorist's license plate, they'd have to just write a dash. It'd be as if you didn't have one. Like this: http://xkcd.com/1105/ [xkcd.com]

The "NO PLATE" story (2)

hduff (570443) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745577)

http://www.snopes.com/autos/law/noplate.asp [snopes.com]

NO PLATE

NONE

NOTAG

MISSING

XXXXXXX

All are both funny and bad ideas.

I'd lke to get one that reads UFIA.

Re:The "NO PLATE" story (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745723)

God damn it. You would think they'd have a check box on tickets for missing plates, which supersedes the plate number.

Re:The "NO PLATE" story (1)

DarwinSurvivor (1752106) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746325)

Or just allow a blank entry...

Re:The "NO PLATE" story (3, Insightful)

fahrbot-bot (874524) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746501)

Just to pick a nit with that Snopes article. The first paragraph says:

Allowing motorists to obtain personalized plates provides them with an opportunity to obtain something distinctively unique, something that commands far more attention than the usual humdrum string of letters and digits.

Every license plate is, by definition, "distinctively unique". Just sayin' ...

Re:The "NO PLATE" story (1)

Entropius (188861) | about a year and a half ago | (#42747011)

If they'd let you, the thing to do would be to take a page from Korean starcraft players who don't want their handles recognizable, and do combinations of I's, l's, and 1's.

Re:The "NO PLATE" story (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42747603)

It would be more fun to tell them they sent you the wrong plate when you receive it. But only communicate with handwritten letters. "No! It's I1Ill1! You sent me IlIIllI!"

PA plate (1)

nytmare (572906) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745255)

Someone's plate in PA has the summary's example verbatim. Or maybe had, since it's been 4 years since I saw it.

http://www.nytmare.org/misc/roflmao-plate.jpg [nytmare.org]

Re:PA plate (1)

PRMan (959735) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745579)

Looks like he may have used zeroes to get around the filter.

"Ass" is vulgar? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745261)

Grow up. Queen Victoria has been dead for hundreds of years. Time to throw the puritanism overboard.

Stuff that matters? (-1)

matty619 (630957) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745265)

*sigh*

Re:Stuff that matters? (1)

Em Adespoton (792954) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745335)

I see you were under the delusion that "news for nerds" and "stuff that matters" were referencing the intersection as opposed to the union.

Re:Stuff that matters? (1)

matty619 (630957) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746119)

Very clever ;)

Re:Stuff that matters? (1)

DarwinSurvivor (1752106) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746343)

Even as a union this article wouldn't fit.

Re:Stuff that matters? (1)

fahrbot-bot (874524) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746529)

*sigh*

I wonder if I can get a license plate that says that.

Non english speakers seem to think it is normal (1)

MichaelSmith (789609) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745281)

This indian woman I used to work with would send me emails like What is ur schedule for this afternoon?

Re:Non english speakers seem to think it is normal (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745427)

Don't be racist. Even many native English speakers write with that type of language. It has nothing to do with being a foreign speaker.

Re:Non english speakers seem to think it is normal (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745481)

Don't be racist.

That word doesn't mean what you think it means.

Re:Non english speakers seem to think it is normal (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42746257)

Nationalism is just as bad as racism and for pretty much the same reasons so it makes little difference.

Re:Non english speakers seem to think it is normal (1)

MichaelSmith (789609) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745571)

In that environment she was the only person who sent messages like that, out of hundreds of people. I assume she picked it up as she was learning English and assumes that ur is more mainstream than it actually is.

Re:Non english speakers seem to think it is normal (1)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745883)

So, based on this one person, you have made the conclusion that all non-English speakers think that the use of "ur" is normal?

Re:Non english speakers seem to think it is normal (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42746551)

Lower case "indian": feather
Upper case "Indian": dot
Nothing racist/nationalist to see here, move along.

Years ago in Arizona (3, Funny)

overshoot (39700) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745313)

... my mistress got "RTFM." The dude at DMV wanted to know what it stood for, she told him it was a Unix command.

Re:Years ago in Arizona (1)

Barefoot Monkey (1657313) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745419)

echo alias rtfm=man>>~/.bashrc
Now it is :)

Re:Years ago in Arizona (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42746057)

And what plate does your wife have?

Re:Years ago in Arizona (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42746871)

Did she ask what it was like to order around a guy with no balls?

A couple of classics: (1)

nuckfuts (690967) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745367)

6UL DV8
IB6 UB9

Re:A couple of classics: (1)

Ol Biscuitbarrel (1859702) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745537)

ASSMAN [90schild.com]

Re:A couple of classics: (1)

akgooseman (632715) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745983)

R8J (pretent you're a cop reading the plate with phonetic alphabet)

i want this one (1)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745425)

6UL DV8

Apparently there are no important problems.... (1)

gweihir (88907) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745429)

The war on profanity seems in line with any fundamentalist theocracy though...

Re:Apparently there are no important problems.... (1)

PPH (736903) | about a year and a half ago | (#42747225)

Find some bible thumper with a vanity plate and convince your state DMV that its slang for mother-son incest in Serbo-Croation.

Seen recently (1)

YrWrstNtmr (564987) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745471)

Here in VA, vanity plate central:
MOE RON
BIGAZZVAN
FAT GAL (Tbird)
&BEYOND (on the back of an Infiniti)

KMIT (1)

hduff (570443) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745495)

Jack Benny had that plate over 70 years ago. He said it meant "Know Me In Truth" when in fact it was Yiddish for "kiss my ass".

So, this kind of thing is nothing new . . .

Re:KMIT (1)

PRMan (959735) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745595)

Yeah, I remember my Hungarian friends LOL'ing at a plate one day. Don't remember what it was though.

Silver SmartCar in FL (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745511)

GO STFU (Go St. Francis University, that's what I said at least...)

You can probably find it on good somewhere

VA is the capital of vanity plates (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745575)

I have no specific stats or numbers but I've lived in 5 states and traveled through or hung out in at least 20 others. I've never seen more vanity plates as I have in northern VA.

One that stuck out was one I saw about 10 years ago.."aol5.0" I wonder if they still have that.

VA DMV had a place online to check and order vanity plates since at least 1998 when I moved here, maybe that's why..

CARNAL (1)

mikaere (748605) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745601)

When I got mine in NZ some years back, the guy at the kiosk (they sold personalised plates at shopping malls) said it would never be allowed. I always wondered whether FAR CUE would get through.

Here in RI (1)

kilodelta (843627) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745617)

As a kid I had vanity plates - my vax user name, it fit perfectly in six characters. And in Vaxen land it was your first name and the first and last letters of your last name that made up you username.

But friends of mine had the plates I-812 and OU-812. They had them for a few years until the DMV realized what it was referring to (I Ate One Two and Oh You Ate One Too) and yanked the plates.

And I once had the email address fuckewe@cox.net - until Cox figured out what it said and removed it.

Fuqua! but what about real names and words?!!? (1)

girlinatrainingbra (2738457) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745621)

But what about my Japanese ancestry friend with a last name of Fuqua? He's had snickers and giggles about his last name since 2nd grade! But his family's been here since the early 1820's in California, so why should the DMV give them a hard time for wanting their last name on their license plate?? They shouldn't, but they did and they do if you want a vanity plate that offends the minds and mindless-sensibilities of these Puritanical U-S-of-A.

Eye witnesses (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745623)

They're not thinking about this the right way. More people are going to remember the hit-and-run license plate if it's UWOTM8 than X67R3W.

And if equivocal abbreviations are too offensive for people on the road, what about explicit bumper stickers?

What's textspeak for "fuck hypersensitive people"? FHSPPL? FUHYPE? I need to know so I can get it before the DMV bans it.

Over 20 years ago (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745659)

Arizona had a human that would look at each requested personalized plate to check for bad things. They probably run it through the list automatically now, but I'll bet a human still has final approval. And the computer list was probably built off of the rejects.

And I forgot ... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745695)

If someone complains with a good reason, "It mean this...", Arizona will take the plate back.

And another thing (2)

kilodelta (843627) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745703)

Back in the day I used to hang out with a guy with the call KA1RCI. Well, on RI plates the 1 and the I are kind of hard to distinguish. So I get in his truck one day and the glove compartment is STUFFED with parking tickets. I was like, how come they haven't booted you yet?

Then I looked at the tickets not only were they written KAIRCI but they also had the plate type as 01, whereas amateur radio call sign plates are type 18. Type matters.

And then there's my sk friend Kevin who had the call sign KA1FTW! The license is still active, maybe when it lapses I'll get it as a club call sign to replace the shitty one we have now which is KB1YSX.

Start with the title (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745727)

TextSpeak starts with the title! What does DMV start for?

Not all DMVs (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745735)

At least not all DMVs in Canada. FAP 247, aIong with plates FAP 001 thru FAP 999, are issued license plates in that quaint throwback of a province, Nova Scotia.

no freedom of speech? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42745741)

I was going to ask, what about the First Amendment to the United States Constitution? Then I remembered the case in 1942 called Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire, 315 U.S. 568 which said that obscene language is not protected with the First Amendment. I think.

Re:no freedom of speech? (1)

cheekyjohnson (1873388) | about a year and a half ago | (#42747399)

It is protected by the first amendment. However, certain courts have 'interpreted' imaginary exceptions into the first amendment.

Re:no freedom of speech? (1)

aardvarkjoe (156801) | about a year and a half ago | (#42747561)

I was going to ask, what about the First Amendment to the United States Constitution?

In my book, First Amendment protections of free speech don't extend to forcing the government to issue you a particular license plate.

It's all good until... (1)

snsh (968808) | about a year and a half ago | (#42745795)

Someone makes a free speech issue out of it when their application for an "FU OBAMA" plates gets rejected.

I LV TOFU (1)

Mr_Blank (172031) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746021)

2009 Story [katu.com] out of Denver, Colorodo:

Kelly Coffman-Lee wanted to tell the world about her love of tofu by picking the letters for her car's license plate. Her suggestion for the plate on her Suzuki: "ILVTOFU." Department of Revenue spokesman Mark Couch said the letters could be misinterpreted. Coffman-Lee, 38, said tofu is a staple of her family's diet because they are vegan and that the DMV misinterpreted her message.

2012 Story [hamptonroads.com] out of Virgina:

If the Department of Motor Vehicles is going to let people praise certain religions or ethnicities on their license plates, it also must let people denigrate individuals of those faiths and nationalities. That's the opinion of a Circuit Court judge, who ruled last week that part of the DMV's guidelines governing vanity tags is unconstitutional. The ruling stemmed from an appeal from an Iraq War veteran who disagreed with the state's decision last year to revoke his personalized plates, which read "ICUHAJI." "Haji" is a common and often derogatory term for Arabs used by U.S. soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. The veteran's attorney, however, said his client did not intend to offend anyone.

Oy (1)

Patent Lover (779809) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746023)

So I guess they'll figure out that YAAFA means "you're a fucking asshole". Perhaps they should not freak out over such idiotic nonsense.

DCUNTD (3, Funny)

bruce_the_moose (621423) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746331)

Seen on a minivan in Fairfax VA. Obviously a fan of the local soccer franchise, no?

Arkansas DMV (2)

jhobbs (659809) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746511)

As an Arkansan, let me first point out, we don't have a DMV. License plates are handled by the Revenue Department. The Revenue Department is where money changes hands. . . business license, hunting license, boat registration, driver's license, sales tax, assessment? All in the same damn line. That Chinese fire drill of an office is busy enough, I can assure you no one is reviewing your plate. Case in point, I have a gay friend that got away with a plate that says PWR BTM. Honest to god. He has it on a white truck with a black racing stripe on the hood, so they call it the wide receiver. If that passed the revenue office, anything will.

Re:Arkansas DMV (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42747357)

And here I was going to comment how out here in the middle of the country we don't have the population (generally speaking) to allow for 7-digit plates. I know Missouri doesn't, and I'd bet everything that borders Missouri doesn't either. (Except Illinois. They allow 7. Not 8. They can thank Chicago for their population bump, then curse Chicago for marginalizing the rest of the entire damned state.)

And if you hadn't picked up on why this comment would be made, go back and count the letters in "ROFLMAO". That's likely the reason it's not banned in Arkansas. Not that it wouldn't pass their screening process, but that it just won't fit on their plate within the limits they allow.

Yiddish (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42746543)

I remember one day years ago when my grandmother was still alive. We were driving down the highway and she suddenly bursts out laughing. The car in front of us had the license place S DREK, Yiddish for "Eat Shit".

The whole thing is a waste of time, the idea of a "vanity" plate. I suppose it raises money for the DMV. The question is if it still makes them money after they have to put in all the tools to monitor it and take complaints for plates random people consider vulgar.

Religitards are large and in charge still. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42746689)

"The war on profanity seems in line with any fundamentalist theocracy though..."
Best post on slashdot this year.

FNURMOM (1)

Chewbacon (797801) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746709)

...doesn't get approved either.

Your Tax Dollars At Work (1)

TheSpoom (715771) | about a year and a half ago | (#42746787)

I totally cannot think of a better use of our money.

My plate gets some laughs (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42746935)

My white Bronco plate: NOT OJ

An old one I remember (1)

p51d007 (656414) | about a year and a half ago | (#42747151)

back in the late 80's, a nice restored 60's Chevelle SS had this one: SSA-DAB but it didn't make sense until I looked at it in the rear view mirror. Apparently the Missouri DOR didn't use a mirror :)

"Sequential" Plates (1)

wildsurf (535389) | about a year and a half ago | (#42747301)

Several years ago, a friend of mine was issued the CA sequential plate: 2GRT269. She immediately swapped it out for a custom plate, which, ironically, was much less memorable.

In a similar vein, once in a while I check the availability of the "sequential" plate 3XIV159. (I'd call it my Pi Plate: 3 14 159. Get it?) But it still seems to be in use. I wonder if its owner realizes what it means?

The best plate I've seen... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year and a half ago | (#42747401)

"E HONDA" on a Civic.

A guy just a few doors up from me has "ROFL" on his old Nissan.

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