SAMI'S COLOURFULWORLD

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Personalised number plates II

Following from the previous post about personalised number plates, I've got a few blue ones this time! Well, some are black in blue cars...



Miau - a cat lover or most probably meaning that the motor purrs....



Blue envy? - I thought the colour associated with envy was green! I suppose because his/her car was blue, it was changed to blue.



















Good Nanna -  Nanna is a term used for Grandmother.




























Misschief - Here it think it could be interpreted as mischief = naughtiness or playful misbehaviour or maybe the young lady is a boss - miss chief.

















































Nitrogen - they must have just taken the cue from the car's name - Nitro.

Enigmatic - I find it funny when people use numbers instead of letters in a word.





















Mrs Angry - hope she's not always angry, could be scary to drive behind or maybe ahead of her, no?

Hope you enjoyed the blue number plates, which one was your favourite?
I might show some black number plates next time.

Related posts :
http://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/personalised-number-plates-i.html

15 comments:

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    1. Thanks Gunn, they are car number-plates.

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  2. The "cat-car" is the cutest, I think :-)
    Saw one semi-fun today from Peine, "PE-SE". No cam at hand and driving, too, no red-light. "ich pese" would mean "I run". Just so boring over here!

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    1. Thanks Iris. Well I presume they have to have the name of the town they are registered in, so not much choice!

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  3. Grace and myself were discussing your earlier number plate post. We agreed it is a bit sad when people can't get the letter and so have to use a number as a substitute.

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    1. Sometimes a number could substitute various letters that wouldn't fit in a number plate. Thanks Andrew

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  4. Mmmiaow is just awesome! Have you thought what would you name your car if you would have a personalised plate?

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    1. What about "cat lover" or " cat lady"? With 3 cats I could qualify for that! Thanks Sara.

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  5. This is all new for me, we only have two or three characters and the rest is digits. Looks funny to read them in a traffic jam.

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    1. I had never seen this type of thing before coming to Australia either Marianne. I'm always on the lookout for them in parking lots, shopping centers, or when I'm a passenger in a car.

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  6. Ha ha, I think if I was driving Mrs Angry I'd be careful where I parked!
    Wren x

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    1. I agree Wren, could be dangerous.

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  7. We don't see so many here, interesting comment on their owners.

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  8. Nunca tinha visto matrículas assim. :-)) Bem achadas! São muito giras e engraçadas!

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