πŸ˜‚ Emoji License Plates πŸš•

Queensland, Australia will become the first place to allow emojis on vehicle license plates. :joy:Good idea? Would you have one?

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Oh god, this is such a terrible idea :laughing:

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Brilliant. Definitely would go for that

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I can’t believe you didn’t tag me in this @simonb :joy::joy::joy: Hehe

This is a fantastic idea! The UK needs to play catchup :smirk: though, I only recently got my custom plate :see_no_evil: it’d be a shame to replace it :sweat_smile: I just need to update it with a :hot_coral_heart: at the end :yum:

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Officers converge on the blue Aston Martin! :police_car::police_car::police_car::police_car:

What’s the plate number Chief?

Yankee, Oscar, Sunglasses_Face, Lemur, Stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye, Oscar

:rofl:

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PPQ says the emoji are purely decorative, and don’t form part of the registration number (or β€œrego”).

Phew!

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Great idea, will have to think which Emoji would be suitable for my car though lol

I may actually revoke my visa application…

Okay how many days will it take for someone to use the :eggplant: emoji with a suggesting word with it. :see_no_evil:

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Absolute garbage! Anyone got a good reason for having an emoji on a number plate?

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Because I don’t like Hot Coral, I want a metal one… ohh sorry wrong thread… :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye::joy::speak_no_evil::+1:

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You only get to chose 5 and they are boring

https://www.ppq.com.au/emoji

It provides a modicum of officially sanctioned self expression, I suppose.

It’s a bit like sticking an β€˜I’ve seen the Lions of Longleat’ sticker in the rear screen. Or having an English, Welsh, or Scottish flag on a British number plate.

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