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What Did That Plate Say?

Can you decipher these "vanity plate" messages?
By the way....these are actual plates!
Last updated: August 01, 2012
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Plate
Meaning
NVERLA8
Never late
LRD V8R
Lord Vader
L8ASUSL
Late as usual
IPMS247
I p.m.s. 24/7
I1221ME
I want you to want me
HIOFCER
Hi officer!
BRN2BWD
Born to be wild
SUPL8EZ
What's up ladies?
IN2PL8Z
Into plates
Plate
Meaning
NOSUP4U
No soup for you!
VNTYPL8
Vanity plate
MYD4SBWU
May the force be with you
L8R OFCR
Later, officer
GLBL WMR
Global warmer
Y SO SRS
Why so serious?
RU CMNG
Are you coming?
SRV1VD
Survived!
YADDA-3X
Yada, yada, yada
Plate
Meaning
BYOFFCR
Bye officer!
IH8MYX
I hate my ex
NO1LKSU
No one likes you
MZBEHVN
Misbehaving
XCOOOSME
Excuuuse me!
DZNEMGK
Disney magic
HVNSNT
Heaven sent
LIV2BWL
Live to bowl
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level 32
Apr 24, 2012
Very fun! The only reason I didn't get XCOOOSME was because I typed "excuse me" with only one "u" :)
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level 75
Apr 25, 2012
It will now accept one or multiple "u"s, plus I increased the time by :30
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level 22
Apr 26, 2012
This is a great quiz! Really fun!
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level 70
Jun 2, 2012
That was clever...nice job
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level 22
Jun 30, 2012
I still don't understand how that one is i want you to want me. i don't see it!!!!
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level 37
Jun 30, 2012
same!
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level 42
Jun 30, 2012
I didn't get it either. But say "I one two two one me" out loud--maybe that will help. :-D
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level 28
Jun 30, 2012
I put never late. Did I not get it because of capitalization?
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level ∞
Jun 30, 2012
No. Capitalization and punctuation never matter on JetPunk quizzes.
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level 28
Jun 30, 2012
For MZBEHVN I put: Miss Behaving Ms Behaving Miss Behavin The top 2 should work right?
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level 36
Jun 30, 2012
please explain ipms24/7 I have a couple of ideas for what that stands for but I don't think anyone would put them on a number plate
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level 75
Jul 2, 2012
P.M.S. is a common abbreviation for "pre-menstrual syndrome"....an affliction well known to husbands everywhere.... ;>)
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level 59
Nov 26, 2016
Is it weird that I guessed "I pee myself 24/7"
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level 47
May 20, 2017
@WolfCam yes lol
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level 68
Jan 26, 2018
How quaint that you seem to think PMS is worse for husbands than it is for the people actually experiencing it.
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level 70
Jun 30, 2012
I wasted a lot of time at the beginning typing out "I have PMS 24/7" "I have PMS twenty four/ seven" "I have PMS twenty four hours a day, seven days a week", "I have pre menstrual syndrome twenty four hours a day, seven days a week" only to find at the end that you were okay with "I PMS 24/7" - maybe you could allow the others for anyone else who assumed that you wanted some of that spelled out (including the assumed "have" without which the joke statement makes no sense) and started out with more than was necessary? Thanks! Some of these were really challenging, and I enjoyed it - going to take again since there are several I never got to cause of delaying over the pms one!
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level 75
Jul 2, 2012
It will now accept "I PMS twenty four seven". Thanks!
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level 65
Apr 19, 2016
ya that one seemed weird to me. you really don't need to change any letters from the plate to get the answer. "I PMS 247" is the answer and it's also what the plate says. At least the other ones had some changes to the spelling and so on
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level 57
Jul 2, 2012
At first I tried Born to be WOOD, because I just felt that's what it really said. So, are there actually people who put these on their cars?
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level 49
Feb 2, 2015
first time I typed Brown 2 wood .. and was like WTF and didnt get back to it when I thought of what it was.. LOL
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level 65
Jul 2, 2012
I think "high officer" should be accepted.
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level 44
May 11, 2013
LOL - If THAT's not asking to be pulled over, I don't know what would be!
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level 60
Jul 3, 2012
Reminds me of the old game show "Bumper Stumpers"
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level 29
Jul 3, 2012
I didn't get NOSUP4U but when I saw the answer it made me chuckle, great plate!
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level 33
Jul 6, 2012
I wrote "in two plates" for IN2PL8Z. I feel dumb. Fun quiz, nonetheless!
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level 36
Apr 17, 2018
Same
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level 50
Sep 13, 2013
Where are you allowed 8 characters?
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level 21
Oct 2, 2013
Typed "Swerved" instead of Survived... :/
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level 72
Mar 16, 2014
A couple of other possibiities: NOSUP4U could be a couple of over things: "No supper for you" (no sup for you) or "Nose Up 4 you" (as if he is better than you). You can't be sure. Of course the worst would be Serve 1 VD (SRV1VD) for guys who try to spread HIV (and there are guys like that).
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level 78
Apr 4, 2014
Very fun and creative quiz!
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level 75
Sep 5, 2014
ISRV1VD looks to me like, "I serve one VD." Shouldn't the numeral one be another I?
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level 75
Sep 5, 2014
There is no "I" at the beginning -- just "SRV1VD". That is a number 1 instead of an I because that's what the plate actually had on it. These are not made-up license plate numbers; they're real plates!
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level 60
Sep 26, 2014
20/26 for me. I was putting "Sup ladies" instead of "what's up ladies." Could have gotten 21 if it wasn't for that.
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level 71
Sep 26, 2014
Number 1 likes you? That works too.
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level 62
Dec 26, 2014
Or maybe there is No one like Sue.
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level 61
Sep 26, 2014
I really thought that NVERLA8 meant NEVER LAID... o_o
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level 32
Sep 26, 2014
awesome quiz great idea!
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level 63
Sep 13, 2015
Can you accept "Sup ladies" for "SUPL8EZ"? I think that's an acceptable alternative.
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level 70
Sep 14, 2016
Great quiz!
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level 75
Jan 26, 2018
"Heaven Isn't" makes a lot more sense. Also "into pilates," unless they collect fine China maybe.
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level 52
Feb 27, 2018
And let's be honest, 'Heaven Isn't' is a lot more likely nowadays.