I'm certain that I've chuckled at a number of plates that I've forgotten, but I made some notes--written and verbal--to help me remember. People are creative and I, for one, am glad that they share with me.
A well-used, small, blue pickup truck's plate said ZOMBKLR. Good to know.
A creamy, yellow crossover was SUN E 1. Could be a comment on attitude.
Another attitude was likely showing on a little gray crossover. It was an ESCP POD.
Most license plates definitely refer to the owner. Like the big SUV that said BRWNSGR. The vehicle was white.
A sporty, red car was flaunting a BASGUTR.
A PT Cruiser had a friendly TOODALU.
Then there are the plates that obviously came from nicknames. SWEEDEE, WEEZER, B BO, and--my favorite--WYADURP.
My hubby and I laughed at the creativity of the plate we saw while traveling. When asked for a plate number, the driver could honestly say, NONE.
I can't help but watch, so I'm bound to collect more.