Reader Submission: BLEAT
Personalized busted Scion xB vanity license plate idea: BLEAT
We haven’t gotten a reader to submit to us via Twitter their own vehicle, however @KarmyTheDeermin broke the mold today.
Original twitter thread.
— KarmyEFT (1312)! Cryptolosers DNI (@KarmyTheDeermin) April 25, 2022
So the personalized Michigan vanity plate is BLEAT which by all top searches you get the sound a goat makes, and this very well could check out as Karmy is a self professed furry.
Now the meat of this post is that it’s really a twofer, it’s also a busted ride, and we’ve been slacking on posting more of these and that’s really our 2022 goal to post more of our busted ride finds. So the rear hatch of the xB is held together with green duct tape. Karmy gets a 9/10 for duck tape usage, it is rather color coordinated with the green color of the vehicle except a newer more neon green strip. We’ll chalk that up to the pandemic induced supply chain shortages of not being able to get enough duct tape in the proper green.
Cherry on top of this busted xB is that even the windshield wiper is busted.
To emulate this look try these out.
Name brand 3M green
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So you saw a great vanity plate, an epic busted ride? Maybe you want to show off your own personal vanity license plate, because well you are vain, well here are the rules.
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