What C124PPY personalised plates have you seen? V01. 3

What C124PPY personalised plates have you seen? V01. 3

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thetapeworm

8,449 posts

188 months

Thursday 9th January
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Miserablegit

1,113 posts

58 months

Thursday 9th January
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There were some shockers today at Autosport. I strayed into the Asbo hall and any taste crimes that were not committed by wraps were truly covered by some of the number plates. No photos but one of the plates had a modified 7 with a v as the horizontal line to make “17 “ NOT look like an M

WarrenB

690 posts

67 months

Thursday 9th January
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nbrnay said:


Absolute shocker of a plate on an RR sport in Didsbury, Manchester
That's horrific. What goes through the mind of someone who pays actual money to stick something like that on their car.

bluemason

402 posts

72 months

Friday 10th January
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P4773KKK = patek on an e class on a euro plate


Dave.

5,816 posts

202 months

Friday 10th January
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scratchchin

Jaguar steve

5,908 posts

159 months

Friday 10th January
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WarrenB said:
nbrnay said:


Absolute shocker of a plate on an RR sport in Didsbury, Manchester
That's horrific. What goes through the mind of someone who pays actual money to stick something like that on their car.
It's the vulgar Chav style over substance mentality.

Those afflicted are entirely devoid of the ability to distinguish between a fake and the genuine article so fake plates, fake watches, fake tans and tits, fake exhaust pops and bangs, faked designer labels and fake jewelry all become accoutrements of attention seeking mouth breathers who aspire to raise their social status by faking status symbols in a risible attempt to appear more wealthy and successful that they really are.

Naturally enough those who do know the difference between fake and genuine laugh their cocks off whenever they see it.

Escort3500

5,725 posts

94 months

Friday 10th January
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Lotusgone

164 posts

76 months

Friday 10th January
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LE 54 SYL. Clearly from the older end of the demographic.

Touring442

970 posts

158 months

Friday 10th January
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Jaguar steve said:
It's the vulgar Chav style over substance mentality.

Those afflicted are entirely devoid of the ability to distinguish between a fake and the genuine article so fake plates, fake watches, fake tans and tits, fake exhaust pops and bangs, faked designer labels and fake jewelry all become accoutrements of attention seeking mouth breathers who aspire to raise their social status by faking status symbols in a risible attempt to appear more wealthy and successful that they really are.

Naturally enough those who do know the difference between fake and genuine laugh their cocks off whenever they see it.
It's 'prestige' innit.




Jaguar steve

5,908 posts

159 months

Friday 10th January
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Touring442 said:
Jaguar steve said:
It's the vulgar Chav style over substance mentality.

Those afflicted are entirely devoid of the ability to distinguish between a fake and the genuine article so fake plates, fake watches, fake tans and tits, fake exhaust pops and bangs, faked designer labels and fake jewelry all become accoutrements of attention seeking mouth breathers who aspire to raise their social status by faking status symbols in a risible attempt to appear more wealthy and successful that they really are.

Naturally enough those who do know the difference between fake and genuine laugh their cocks off whenever they see it.
It's 'prestige' innit.
'Reem' here in the Essex Badlands. smile

Highly likely the Chavplating celebrity worshiping TOWIE wanabees who've adopted the local vernacular would have chosen a different word to describe cool and fashionable if they were sufficiently tutored to know that the word reem is also slang for the act of forced penetration during anal intercourse...


CoolHands

10,293 posts

144 months

Friday 10th January
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AlexRS2782

5,712 posts

162 months

Saturday 11th January
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M444RY U / M444 RYU on a Nissan Qashqai. Slogan about either "Mary" or "Marry" printed along the bottom of the plate.

Didn't get a chance to read it as they decided to jump a red light, that they should have stopped at, on the A30.

Escort3500

5,725 posts

94 months

Saturday 11th January
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CoolHands said:
Presumably that’s his/her gaff behind, with the tasteful Lion statuette hehe

Exige77

4,178 posts

140 months

Monday 13th January
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Topical one today


LARK F1 GTR

724 posts

95 months

Monday 13th January
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AB55YY B - BMW 3 Series.

And this one, which I only caught part of *** 5TUD - on a Golf, with a huge space down the middle of the letters. Complete st!!

PorkInsider

3,789 posts

90 months

Monday 13th January
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I saw an RRS with a completely normal 17 plate, at Manchester airport on Saturday.

Thought it was worth noting as I don't think I've ever seen an RRS with a totally standard plate before.

JD82

80 posts

84 months

Monday 13th January
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"RIOUBY"

Diesel C Class Coupe of some sort

Escort3500

5,725 posts

94 months

Monday 13th January
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Exige77 said:
Topical one today

yessmile

Cliftonite

7,189 posts

87 months

Monday 13th January
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PorkInsider said:
I saw an RRS with a completely normal 17 plate, at Manchester airport on Saturday.

Thought it was worth noting as I don't think I've ever seen an RRS with a totally standard plate before.
Specsavers > > > > >

smile

Rich_AR

1,427 posts

153 months

Monday 13th January
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(Ok its not the UK, but I spotted this a few days ago in Vancouver)