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What would you put on your vanity plate?

Asked by wundayatta (58591points) March 4th, 2009

I asked my wife this this morning. She didn’t know. Do you?

What would your plate say? Why?

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DrBill's avatar

Mine Says DR BILL

dynamicduo's avatar

I always giggle at the ones that show different messages while viewed through a mirror.

I would love a license plate that had “42” on it, but no doubt it’s been long taken.

Lightlyseared's avatar

Down the road from me is a house that has a bentley and an Aston martin parked out side. One has the number plate 2B and the other is NOT 2B.

jbfletcherfan's avatar

My nick name at one of my jobs was “Mac” because of my name. I always wanted that on my plates. It’s so funny that two of my friends over on AV just started calling me that on their own.

robmandu's avatar

Used to drive a Toyota MR2.

My plate was MR.2 YOU.

Bri_L's avatar

@drBill – I would laugh if I saw that. I keep thinking “ooo no, dr. bill” <—in mr. bill voice

pha q 2


Le Car

DrBill's avatar

I know an X-Ray tech with the plate,


(I see in you)

robmandu's avatar

@Triiiple, do you find that the police read your plate as PULLMEOVR?

SuperMouse's avatar

Mine would say 4XYS N ME, I never got it though because every time I’d tell someone my idea they would say it didn’t make sense. Well it makes perfect sense to me! My dad used to have plates that said BEER 2, he spent a lot of time complaining about how often he was pulled over for sobriety tests. lol4rl!

Harp's avatar


unfortunately, the people for whom it’s intended would never notice it

AstroChuck's avatar

Mine reads HUMMM BB.

tinyfaery's avatar


row4food's avatar

I would like to have ROW4FOOD

Harp's avatar


loser's avatar

Mine says, “2N2PUGS” as in, I am too into pugs.

Bri_L's avatar

@loser – A pug is a dog right?

loser's avatar

Yup! I have 3 of them. They’re really fun to collect!

imhellokitty's avatar

DESIRE – as in the movie “a street car named desire” I’ve never seen it, but it sounds pretty cool. ‘corse, I like DRAGULA too, (even if it’s too long for a plate)

TheDeadWake's avatar

I drive a Saturn astra that I’m wanting to rebadge as an Opel because that’s what they were originally built as. So the plate would be FAUXPEL.

There’s a family friend that has had a lexus ls430 and now a top of the line mercedes sedan with a plate that said PCAJUNK or piece of junk.

casheroo's avatar

My parents always wanted to get me one that said STNKYTNKY. A nickname they gave me as a child.
I don’t think I could ever drive a car with a vanity plate.

TitsMcGhee's avatar


of course :D

jasongarrett's avatar

I have “JAG SS” on my Impala SS. I wanted “DRAGULA” but couldn’t find any available (or allowable) variation of it.

Knotmyday's avatar

In california, you have the option of putting a symbol (star, heart, plus sign, etc.) on your vanity plate.

A friend of mine came up with: HOOF (heart symbol) ED.

kwhull's avatar

1FINE69 No, not dirty. Its on a 1969 GTO convertible.

adreamofautumn's avatar

mine says “Wandern” it’s German for “to hike” or “to wander”. My sister is in culinary school hers says “savory” which I think is pretty cool.

A number of times I was driving around my town and saw one that said “9danke” and I never thought about it at all until one day, stopped at a red light it occurred to me that it was German for “no thanks”. That was pretty awesome.

TheRocketPig's avatar

@Knotmyday Lurve… that was awesome.

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