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What Did That Plate Say? - #2

Here's another list of real vanity plates! Can you decipher the messages on them?
Last updated: September 06, 2012
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Plate
Meaning
3XTHFUN
Three times the fun!
MENMYK9
Me and my dog (canine)
AXLR8R
Accelerator
2FAST4U
Too fast for you!
HRYPOTR
Harry Potter
YLO FVR
Yellow fever
NAWT1
Naughty one
OB HAYV
Oh, behave!
Plate
Meaning
26Z4U
Too sexy for you
IMAQTI
I'm a cutie!
QTY P2T
Cutie patootie
BUZ&WDY
Buzz and Woody
LYT SBR
Light saber
VO1DMRT
Voldemort
IROCNRL
I rock and roll!
JN36TN
John 3:16
Plate
Meaning
INOCUL8
Inoculate
KYG1RL
Kentucky girl
HGWRTS
Hogwarts
2BG2FAIL
Too big to fail
CPTNSLO
Captain Solo
XPOSHUR
Exposure
IRSHJWL
Irish jewel
GONFISN
Gone fishing
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level 20
Sep 3, 2012
lol
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level 30
Sep 3, 2012
. . . So I figured out what KYG1RL must have meant, but for the life of me, I can't figure out why someone would pick that particular plate. Because, uh, that really isn't what it looks like.
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level 66
Sep 3, 2012
I kept thinking the same thing, lube, lol.
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level 75
Feb 2, 2015
Wouldn't mind meeting her but spit works better.
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level 75
Feb 2, 2015
Just not true. Ask any professional from San Fernando.
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level 75
Jan 12, 2017
Coconut oil, if anyone's interested in a feminine point of view. (Said blushingly.)
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level 44
Jul 31, 2015
Because not everyone's mind revolves around sex? And KY as an abbreviation for the state has existed a lot longer than the product (which many people may have never even heard of, btw).
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level 59
Mar 25, 2016
Many people also do not know US state abbreviations, though there is likely a large overlap there with those who haven't heard of the brand.
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level 65
Apr 19, 2016
Your brain has been shaped by millions of years of evolution to want a very small set of things. Sex is one of them. literally everyone's brain revolves around sex. Don't act all high and mighty because you didn't think about the sexual answer.
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level 76
Jun 17, 2016
^ Being asexual I would have to disagree.
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level 70
Sep 13, 2016
Maybe they're not "high and mighty". Maybe it's just that your mind is in the gutter. Obviously it's true for you, but not everybody's life revolves around sex.
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level 75
Feb 20, 2018
The reactions of the deluded to the honest are sometimes sad, sometimes hilarious.
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level 34
Sep 3, 2012
Could "O behave" be accepted? I didn't think to put on an "h..." :)
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level 21
Sep 3, 2012
i kept typing captain slow :L
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level 33
Sep 16, 2012
Me too :( But fun quiz! I really like these. It's a good brain work out, if you don't accidentally break your brain doing it.
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level 64
Aug 14, 2014
Me too.
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level 75
Feb 2, 2015
Me three.
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level 70
Sep 10, 2016
Probably because that's what it says...obviously a James May tribute.
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level 67
Oct 6, 2014
Yeah, any fan of Top Gear would have. :)
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level 59
Nov 16, 2014
Agreed. That MUST be the right answer - it is on a CAR!!
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level 66
Feb 2, 2015
Yes, and even if you don't watch Top Gear (which I do), then Captain Slow should still seem like the likeliest option, especially on a car.
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level 59
Feb 4, 2015
Captain Slow is a thing (from Top Gear, as said above), and the letters spell out that pronunciation, not the given answer. And why would the plate not have an 'O' there anyway?
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level 39
Feb 3, 2015
me too
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level 25
Sep 3, 2012
good quiz :p
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level 44
Sep 3, 2012
SOMEONE likes Harry Potter...
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level 20
Sep 4, 2012
I second that too!
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level 9
Sep 4, 2012
you should except to cute for you also for too cute for you or too fast for you
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level 69
Sep 4, 2012
I got quite a few of them but could not get credit for them because the spelling was too rigid
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level 28
Sep 5, 2012
this is a tough quiz because spelling is too objective. Both to write and answwer
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level 10
Sep 7, 2012
I'm mad at myself for thinking "Yellow Fever" was "YOLO Forever"... even though I was confused as to why it would say, you only live once forever.
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level 73
Jul 29, 2013
LMAO! I thought that too. Had to come back to it. You Live Once, Forever? Huh?
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level 58
Jul 15, 2015
Tried Love Once Forever
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level 19
Feb 2, 2015
Same! I couldn't figure out why it wasn't working, even though it made no sense.
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level 48
Sep 9, 2016
i thought the same thing
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level 10
Sep 8, 2012
I think this was a good quiz :) I just couldn't spell patootie for the life of me
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level 19
Feb 2, 2015
I liked it too, but I agree - could we get a little spelling leniency there? I tried patutie, pitutie, petutie, patuty, along with all sorts of other versions.
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level 55
Jan 16, 2013
Need to add the plate from my old 68 Charger Magnum with it's 440. LYTEMUP Wish I still had that car, but damn, gas is expensive when you get 4mpg.
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level 75
Jan 12, 2017
I remember those days when gas wars frequently knocked the price down to 19 cents per gallon from the normal 30 or 40 cents. Who cared that our cars only averaged 10 mpg in those days?
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level 44
Oct 5, 2013
100% first try 1:09 left
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level 18
Nov 30, 2013
Yeah, CPTNSLO is definitely "Captain Slow," especially for the people familiar with James May of Top Gear. :P Still waiting for a quiz that features ANUSTART (a new start). :3
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level 68
Apr 15, 2019
I can't be the only one that reads that as Anus Tart.
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level 75
Feb 23, 2014
Totally missed that scripture. I couldn't even venture a guess.
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level 75
Feb 2, 2015
I suppose "JOHN316" was already taken?
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level 63
Nov 14, 2016
Most likely. It's popular.
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level 73
Oct 15, 2014
I got them all! And I've never read or watched Harry Potter.
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level 59
Feb 2, 2015
CPTNSLO could also be Captain Slow, the nickname for co-host James May on BBC America's programme "Top Gear". This should be accepted.
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level 44
Jan 15, 2019
Originally just BBC, not BBC America
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level 58
Feb 2, 2015
CPTNSLO should only be Captain Slow. There really is no other appropriate answer. SLO will always be the shorter version of slow, and will never be interpreted as anything else. Not to mention in the context of liscense plates, it makes much more sense.
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level 75
Feb 2, 2015
Who is the authority on what these actually say?
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level 75
Feb 2, 2015
These (and those on the other quiz of this name) are culled from a number of sites; too many to list. I would suggest that you Google terms like "vanity plates", "funny license plates", "clever license plates", etc. and look for the sites with actual photos of these plates on cars. Don't forget to look at "images" as well as url's. All of these are real plates -- not made up, and if memory serves me correctly they are all American plates.
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level 75
Feb 2, 2015
There was a contest amongst my friends to come up with a clever vanity plate to put on my first Viper when I got it back in 2003. Three times in a row the plates came from the DMV spelled incorrectly and I would send them back. After the last time I gave up and just went with regular plates. By then I had decided that I'd be a little too embarrassed driving around with what my friends had thought up, anyway.
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level 75
Jan 12, 2017
I wasn't questioning that these are real, I just wondered who decided what they actually meant - such as Captain Solo versus Captain Slow, etc. Love the quiz, BTW.
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level 75
Feb 2, 2015
You ought to accept "please ticket me" as an answer for both #3 and #4.
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level 12
Feb 4, 2015
LOVING ALL THE HARRY POTTER ONES : ) GOT THEM IMMEDIETLY!!!!
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level 59
Jul 15, 2015
JK Rowling is very proud of your literacy and control of the caps lock button.
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level 43
Feb 5, 2015
I got all except cutie patootie... I tried patuti potuti pututi... can you accept any phonetic spelling for that? not like it's a real word...
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level 62
Jul 15, 2015
For the CPTN SLO, I didn't find any sites listing it as Captain Solo but a bunch listing it as Captain Slow: http://horriblelicenseplates.blogspot.com/2009/06/he-who-laughs-last-thinks-slowest.html, http://www.9thgencivic.com/forum/coupe/9044-about-customized-license-plate-2-print.html, http://forums.fourtitude.com/showthread.php?4945932-I-take-pics-of-funny-license-plates/page33 (see the commenter who responded to the "CPT SLO" license plate). In other words, I too vote that CPTN SLO should be Captain Slow.
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level 59
Apr 30, 2016
19/24, I'm one of the few who got KYG1RL.
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level 70
Sep 1, 2016
Great quiz, CBTemple!!!
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level 79
Sep 13, 2016
IROCNRL--my interpretation: I rock in real life. It's legit.
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level 69
Sep 13, 2016
So we're sure it's not 'Captain Slow'?
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level 33
Sep 29, 2016
Oh austin, behave!
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level 63
Nov 14, 2016
Who puts "Inoculate" on a licence plate?
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level 75
Jan 12, 2017
Probably someone from the medical profession.
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level 60
Nov 8, 2017
great quiz but why would someone have "Yellow Fever" "Inoculate" or "Exposure" as their licence plate lol
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level 66
Oct 15, 2018
Can't speak for "Yellow fever" or "Exposure," though I'm sure they had their reasons, but I could definitely see some sort of medical professional choosing "Inoculate." Because seriously, if your kids CAN be vaccinated, they SHOULD be vaccinated.
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level 51
Dec 22, 2017
Can you accept "Cutie Petutie"?
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level 53
Jul 13, 2018
YLO FVR should also accept Yolo Fever or You only live once fever because YLO looks a lot more like yolo than yellow! Also maybe accept forever as well as fever?
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level 30
Aug 12, 2018
Yolo isn't a word it's an abbreviation. You only live once fever makes no sense and neither does Yellow forever. Wanting it to fit your mistakes doesn't make you smarter...
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level 44
Jan 15, 2019
26Z4U or 2SXY4U. The latter seems better
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level 65
Jan 22, 2019
Yellow fever is either a disease or a pretty offensive declaration of fetishizing East Asians. Neither meaning is good to advertise.
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level 33
Mar 28, 2019
Just change it to Captain Slow already
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