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fartcatcher

RU55ELL

Silver Jaguar XJR latest model year. Seen on the Birdingbury - Stockton highway yesterday travelling a little too fast for my liking

Got to be owned by some famous. Russell Brand? Russell Crowe?

2/10 ?????
grunt

Some rich hedge fund wanker called Russell.

7/10
Forest

Russell Hobbs?
sheeps

All time low.

0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000/10

Someone has seen a car.

I would much rather someone had carked.
Heyho

Russell us up some breakfast would you please.
Heyho

RU55 ELL - was bought by Oxfordshire property developer Russell Harrison at auction for £78,500. Mr Harrison said that he waited for five years for the release of his perfect number plate.
sheeps

Sad knacker.
Late Doors

WAN 7ER would be more perfect
fartcatcher

Heyho wrote:
RU55 ELL - was bought by Oxfordshire property developer Russell Harrison at auction for £78,500. Mr Harrison said that he waited for five years for the release of his perfect number plate.


I was thinking Russell Howard as he lives round here.

Well deduced Heyho. I spent about half an hour failing to find out the owner yesterday.

0/10 it is then

oh well.

smiling badger

Rusell Howard would have, T055ER on his surely.
Good try FC.
sheeps

smiling badger wrote:
Rusell Howard would have, T055ER on his surely.
Good try FC.


 like that.
Dock

I think private number plates are the tackiest vainest and crappist thing you can add to a car and are granite-like signpost that the male/ female driving the car is a soulless materialistic shell of a human being that the world would be better without.

*sits on fence*

349/10 for the spot though.
smiling badger

Dock wrote:
I think private number plates are the tackiest vainest and crappist thing you can add to a car and are granite-like signpost that the male/ female driving the car is a soulless materialistic shell of a human being that the world would be better without.

*sits on fence*

349/10 for the spot though.


Couldnt agree more.
But if thats what makes them happy or feel better than the rest of us..
fartcatcher

We all ought to have personalised 'Reg' numbers really.

Dock

fartcatcher wrote:
We all ought to have personalised 'Reg' numbers really.



Number 1. I said it first. I get number 1. Those are the rules so there. If anybody else gets number 1 I'll cry and tell my Mum. So I'm number 1 and that's that.
Forest

I am not a number, I am a free man. But I'll have 14 if it's not taken.
Dock

Forest wrote:
I am not a number, I am a free man. But I'll have 14 if it's not taken.


You are not a number, you are Patrick McGoohan. And besides that Clacker has bagsyed 14. He sent a postal order and a record voucher amassing to the required amount of £4.67. 15 isn't taken yet. Interested?
Forest

Dock wrote:
Forest wrote:
I am not a number, I am a free man. But I'll have 14 if it's not taken.


You are not a number, you are Patrick McGoohan. And besides that Clacker has bagsyed 14. He sent a postal order and a record voucher amassing to the required amount of £4.67. 15 isn't taken yet. Interested?


I'd rather have an even number if possible.
Heyho

I've got a private number plate.

Cunts.

wotsfortea

Dock wrote:
I think private number plates are the tackiest vainest and crappist thing you can add to a car and are granite-like signpost that the male/ female driving the car is a soulless materialistic shell of a human being that the world would be better without.

*sits on fence*

349/10 for the spot though.


What if you bought the car with the plate on, would you still be tacky?
If i drive without my tacky plate on will you pay my fine Dock.
wotsfortea

Private reg plates come in useful as a parent. when your daughter decides not to allow a speeding car to cut her up coming off the motorway, she then ended up been chased 3 miles through Wakefield by the very angry, irate driver who just happened to be an off duty Police officer. As a parent you get to know what your kids have been up to.
Dock

wotsfortea wrote:
Dock wrote:
I think private number plates are the tackiest vainest and crappist thing you can add to a car and are granite-like signpost that the male/ female driving the car is a soulless materialistic shell of a human being that the world would be better without.

*sits on fence*

349/10 for the spot though.


What if you bought the car with the plate on, would you still be tacky?
If i drive without my tacky plate on will you pay my fine Dock.


The only time Ill fork out for you will be for a wreath, FACT!
smiling badger

I'll have 'Reg 2 TR1PE' thanks.
Late Doors

wotsfortea wrote:

What if you bought the car with the plate on,


 How can it be private then? all Reg plates are private surely
wotsfortea

Late Doors wrote:
wotsfortea wrote:

What if you bought the car with the plate on,


 How can it be private then? all Reg plates are private surely

This one came with the car and i never changed it.
Makes it easier for Sheeps to find the car even when its parked outside the house.
wotsfortea

Dock wrote:
wotsfortea wrote:
Dock wrote:
I think private number plates are the tackiest vainest and crappist thing you can add to a car and are granite-like signpost that the male/ female driving the car is a soulless materialistic shell of a human being that the world would be better without.

*sits on fence*

349/10 for the spot though.


What if you bought the car with the plate on, would you still be tacky?
If i drive without my tacky plate on will you pay my fine Dock.


The only time Ill fork out for you will be for a wreath, FACT!


Now listen here Sugar nuts, longevity is supposed to be hereditary one Grandma lived to 97 the other 98. Women live longer than men FACT.
You are only a couple of years behind me even though you do look 10 years my senior, chances are i will be bringing the wreath i will probably be doing the catering due to the posters all been that tight on this forum, i will promise to do you a good spread tripe in cones and dripping sarnies.
fartcatcher

I tried to get in the wrong car today at Tesco's. Same make (Fiesta), same colour, very similar plates.

I stood there bleeping my key at it wondering why nothing was happening. Even tried the lock.

My car was in the next row a bit further up.

Maybe I should get a personalised reg number.
Late Doors

Maybe Something a bit more...... prescriptive  
fartcatcher

It would be cheaper.

As I am now entitled to free subscriptions.
Dalek

fartcatcher wrote:
I tried to get in the wrong car today at Tesco's. Same make (Fiesta), same colour, very similar plates.

I stood there bleeping my key at it wondering why nothing was happening. Even tried the lock.

My car was in the next row a bit further up.

Maybe I should get a personalised reg number.


About 15 or so years ago, I actually did get into the wrong car.  It was a dark evening when I left work and I unlocked the car I thought was mine and got in.  I only realised it was the wrong car when I didn't recognise the music that came out of the cassette when I started the engine ready to drive away.

At this point, I switched off and got out of the car and locked it again.  My car was parked in the next but one space and they were both dark green coloured Cavaliers!

If the radio/cassette (remember those?) hadn't been on, I could have driven it home without realising.

Dock

wotsfortea wrote:
Dock wrote:
wotsfortea wrote:
Dock wrote:
I think private number plates are the tackiest vainest and crappist thing you can add to a car and are granite-like signpost that the male/ female driving the car is a soulless materialistic shell of a human being that the world would be better without.

*sits on fence*

349/10 for the spot though.


What if you bought the car with the plate on, would you still be tacky?
If i drive without my tacky plate on will you pay my fine Dock.


The only time Ill fork out for you will be for a wreath, FACT!


Now listen here Sugar nuts, longevity is supposed to be hereditary one Grandma lived to 97 the other 98. Women live longer than men FACT.
You are only a couple of years behind me even though you do look 10 years my senior, chances are i will be bringing the wreath i will probably be doing the catering due to the posters all been that tight on this forum, i will promise to do you a good spread tripe in cones and dripping sarnies.


So you could live longer than either Grandma. The eldest of them was 98. Well let me state for the record if you only get to 98 I'll add an extra year for fun and party like its 1999.
fartcatcher

Apparently it's cheaper to change your name to your reg no than vice versa.

So I've been told
sheeps

fartcatcher wrote:
Apparently it's cheaper to change your name to your reg no than vice versa.

So I've been told


Thanks for the info TF1 JTD.
carp

I saw Peter Storm today. Sure it was him, he had his name on his jacket.
Plastic Man

carp wrote:
I saw Peter Storm today. Sure it was him, he had his name on his jacket.


Is he Reg Atta's mate?
fartcatcher

I was following S1 PEW yesterday.

Why would you have a personalised number plate celebrating the act of enjoying oneself in reverse?

VOM 1T would be better anyway.

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