Bumper gawking

schmblny

Albany, Schmalbany.

As is now very well established, we like to gawk at custom license plates.

And we know you do, too.

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

arachnid

cattales

1 SICK B

SCHDY NY

BAGUETTE

A MOZART
Sadly, the car was not a Sonata.

SHALOM 1

THEQSE

Updated!

Here are a few more people sent along...

From Susan:
bumper gawking drifter

And something a little different from Katelyn: "Just took this pic on State St. in Schenectady. I thought it was bizarre so I took a picture then thought you might appreciate it. Why would you be here with a PR plate??"
puerto rico license plate in Schenectady

More bumper gawking.

Comments

I'm sure I looked like an erratic driver, trying to get a shot of a license plate last week-ish on State Street/Route 5. Unfortunately, it was PhotoFail.

The plate? "NEWFTAXI." And had at least one large Newfoundland dog with its head dangling out the window.

I saw "mamasita" the other day.

My most recent favorite, seen on 787: WELL DUH.

Seen today on a Smart Car in West Sand Lake: SUVSKPOD, helpfully explained by a window sticker saying "SUV Escape Pod".

FZZYBUNS was spotted on River Street in Troy one time.

One of my neighbors has a plate that reads "LOL NOOB"

I saw this yesterday and I thought it was great-"5 XXS 1XY"

5 girls and one boy...and with all the lacrosse stickers on the back, I realized I knew the family too!!

It's only about a thousand dollars to ship a car from PR to the mainland US (Via Florida). Maybe it's a student in upstate New York, or someone who recently relocated from PR.

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