Bumper gawking

license plate lilbeast

It's such a cute beast, though.

Yep, we admit it -- we like to gawk at custom license plates. And we know you do, too.

Here's a new bunch from around town...

license plate the boss

Say it out loud...
license plate ibodaddy

license plate flyrod2

license plate endwar

license plate auntnunu

license plate run5k

It looked like this was a van for a dog trainer...
license plate hpydgs

license plate labrlady

license plate nourish

Don't cut this guy off...
licenseplate grumpy2

Earlier on AOA:
+ Bumper gawking from this past summer
+ What else are you going to look at while at a stoplight?

Comments

My favorite is BIGB1LL. I see him all the time on the I-90 on-ramp.

Here is one I caught earlier this year near SUNY Albany.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3g6vmljg7s

Not sure how long ago I saw this, 6 months, year.... but I've seen it multiple times so they're local. Geeky but I love it.

121gwts (or something close to that)

...and no it wasn't on a DeLorean.

Love the liLbeast! I see it all the time in Center Square and I'm always jealous of its ability to park in small spaces!

I've seen MSPAINT a few times. I'm really hoping it's a reference to the venerable Microsoft Paint and not a woman who paints a lot ("Ms. Paint").

Years ago when I was working in Newburgh I saw a car with a license plate that said, "Animagus." I used to have a photo of it, but I can't seem to find it.

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