Licence Plate Of The Day: Tosser? [Pic]

Submitted by: nerb 5 years ago Funny

I bet he"s an Arizona State frat bro
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Male 2,619
It`s `rub one out` you philistines.
Sheesh.
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Male 2,619
Is that your real driving licence Vimto?
With your address and stuff on it?
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Female 812
I don`t get it....
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Male 2,859

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Female 9
@Random This was taken from Wikipedia:

The verb license or grant licence means to give permission. The noun license (American English) or licence (American and British English spelling differences--Indian English, British English, Canadian English, Australian English) refers to that permission as well as to the document recording that permission

You also get the same answer on Dictionary.com
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Male 1,293
msie - in fact the only correct spelling of the adjective or noun. "License" in the UK is only a verb.
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Male 25,416
And people would pay for this?
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Male 721
I dont understand how English got lost in translation when it hit America...
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Male 2,034
@dude: "licence" is an accepted spelling in the UK. Fail.
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Male 768
Nice spelling in the title. You deserved your high school diploma.
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Male 259
i think he rubbed one off on his bumper
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Female 296
Link: Licence Plate Of The Day: Tosser? [Pic] [Rate Link] - I bet he`s an Arizona State frat bro
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