Maryland driver and Twitter user Tamast ordered a custom license plate on the DMV website, which was to read '42' (the meaning of life) in binary code. Only problem is, the I's print differently than they look on screen. Per the road rager himself:
well, these plates don't look like the preview! having "42â€³ in binary is cool. having "IOIOIO" is not.
Oh, come on TaTas, I still think it's pretty cool. Granted not as cool as this new card trick I just mastered, but is THIS your card?! No? F***. Okay who wants to see me cut the IWatchStuff guy in half?
Binary Vanity Plate Fail [albotas]
Thanks to GuamOtoko, who got '1 BAMF' on his plate and rightfully so.
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