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"Are you prejudiced?" asks StapMyVitals. Have you been a victim of prejudice? Are you a columnist for a popular daily newspaper? Don't bang on about how you never judge people on first impressions - no-one will believe you.

(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 12:53)
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Personalised number plates...
mark you out as a collossal cunt from the word go. Speshly if it's just a random number and your initials. Ok it's your car, we get that. The fact that you're driving it gives me a bit of a clue.

I could be prejudiced because I once dated a bloke with a personalised number plate and the nancy boy still lived at home with his parents. The whole family had personal plates. All cunts.

My ex boss had one and he was a cunt too. Jimmy Saville too. I rest my case.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:05, 25 replies)
couldn't agree more. I'd put this up there with women who put those 'Babe on Board' sticker things in their motors. Nine times out of ten the women you see getting into these cars look like the fucking swamp thing. False advertising, I'd say.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:08, closed)
my all time fave,
Is 'Powered by fairy dust' in rear windows. Bleugh.
(, Sat 3 Apr 2010, 16:56, closed)
I dunno. There's an Indian family down the road from me and they have a bloody great 4x4 with a numberplate

I think that's quite cool.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:08, closed)
Do you live in Walthamstow, perchance?

(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 19:02, closed)
mine were my 21st birthday present from my parents... i rely on them because i am a dizzy moose who would otherwise lose her black car in a sea of black cars in any car park!

edit: and there was a merc parked outside my flat the other night with the reg MY 61TCH. how can you not laugh at that?!
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:08, closed)
We'll have to wait 21 more years for MY81TCH.
But I suppose the humourless fucks in the DVLA will ban it.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 19:03, closed)
Couldn't agree more
Sticking the bolt end in unusual places so that the plate reads "SHIT" instead of "SIIIT" for example. Using strange fonts.
Unless you have a really good one, think Paul Daniels still has "MAG1C" which is kind of cool, you'll end up looking like a pompous twat who couldn't afford a really good one.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:13, closed)
I recall seeing a TV programme years ago
where P1LOT went for an obscene amount of money at auction
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:16, closed)
I would really like to own
W4NKA, it would suit my driving style.
Or C11NT or F11CKA or TW4T, any of those would do.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:20, closed)
DVLA have no sense of Humour
so plates like P155 OFF have never been issued

WHich is a shame
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 22:08, closed)
are you me?
I've said that too!
(, Fri 2 Apr 2010, 0:17, closed)
there was a docu recently
about a guy called Nigel who owned N1GEL, and another Nigel who wanted N1GEL but had to make do with N2GEL

it was like a glimpse into a parallel universe of wrong
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:20, closed)
i think it is jimmy tarbuck has COM1C.

mind you, some might think that was false advertising.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:30, closed)
I've seen presumptuous web sites where they use numbers for letters. Losers.

(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:38, closed)
Nice one!
Wonder if Rob Manuel has BET4 on his limo because he couldn't get B3TA?
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:40, closed)
Strange fonts
Gits who have their number plate done up in Comic Sans "because then the speed cameras can't get you". Idiots. I have the perfect way to avoid all speeding tickets - I don't speed (not if the official limit is 60 or less, anyway).
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 17:02, closed)
You never see anything like TO55ERR or KN08HED do you? Shame.
edit: beaten to it by a post by stopmeandslapme...
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:22, closed)
Actually my sister's ex had a Golf GTi, and he put the stickers on the back windscreen so they said "GiT".

(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:31, closed)

have seen the plate P10 NKA in Rugby. Doesn't seem so bad when they're having a bit of a laugh at themselves
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 18:54, closed)
I couldn't afford one...
...so I changed my name by deed poll to R 939 YOX. That's why I use a pseudonym on the internets.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 16:33, closed)
Maybe it's cos they're pricey in Britain and convey a sense of arrogance.
In the States you can get one for $30.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 17:35, closed)
But thats sensible
and the gubment wouldn't make a fortune on selling random combo's of numbers and letters that are illegal to use when spaced so they make sense
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 22:12, closed)
they're quite common in NZ too
but my pomme prejudice rails against the personalised numberplate anyway
(, Fri 2 Apr 2010, 0:19, closed)
H4V 1T*
is often seen round here - makes me laugh.

Still wouldn't fork out for one though.

*may be an approximation of actual lettering
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 17:52, closed)
I live
in manchester, well some of the time anyway, and someone round me has the number plate "M4D 4 1T", which is awesome. It has however been stolen about thirty times.
(, Thu 1 Apr 2010, 18:54, closed)

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