More Hong Kong License Plates (and a real live Bat Garage)

We were vaguely aware of this sign for some time, it's on a quieter floor of one of the carparks we regularly use, but this was the only time ever that the door was open, revealing a whole bunch of super cars and bikes and things - and Batman posters

I only managed two furtive pics from afar, and then the guy inside still glanced at me and closed the door 😛

OK back to our license plate collection:

WHY? Maybe owner is a Huck Seh Wee?

N-ot much street cred, this

Really meh?

Wrote a whole post about this and still wanna see it again 🙂

Would've preferred "Gangsta Rap"

This is a cartoon face right? (Btw a friend told me O, I and Q are not allowed in HK license plates, so you need to use zeros and ones to make up the words - useless fact and 2 seconds of your life you will never get back from reaading this - BUAHAHA!

Right On!

Apparently I'm supposed to know what Million Dollar Round Table means. So sue me I am a Capital "L"

Yeah I don't know what this means either...

No prizes for getting this one right

Girlfriend's name? Car's name? Owner's name?

Taxi also groovy ah


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About Aileen

I blog about living and raising my son in Hong Kong - where toddlers have entrance interviews, parents keep test score spreadsheets, private school debentures can trade for more than half a million USD. Raising Rockstar's the most important thing I'll ever do. We show our true colors by the choices we make in bringing up our children. My blog is a message to my toddler son, about what the world and his parents are like today - for when he becomes a teenager and knows everything.
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  • Dora

    Love the OOW plate. But “Mr Lai” is just LAME….

    • Aileen

      Hee Kings told me he wanted to reply your comment asking if you knew he is “Mr Lai” but then his laptop hung… connection is much slower here in the village… Anyway we have strangely come across two “Mr Lai” license plates, neither related to my hub, maybe it has a significance to HKers that none of us get, say, it’s a character in a TVB serial or something…

      2 more I didn’t managed to photograph were “TAX1” on a taxi and “15SEPT08” which is maybe a wedding anniversary or bday

      • Dora

        Woops. Ha. That’s another one of my say-the-wrong-things-to-the-wrong-person again!

        Just to be clear, I’d say LAME to “Mr. Lau”, “Mr. Chan”, “Mr. Wong”, “Mr. Woo”, or “Mr. [Chinese last name]”. 

        Now I should probably shut up before you go “I happen to have one of those plates!”. 😉

      • Aileen

        Haha no, no plates… And seriously don’t worry bout it the hub is easy about these things 🙂

  • zmun2

    Have you seen a “Rockstar” license plate yet? Maybe get one yourself? 😉 As you know, license plates here are not that interesting due to having 3 alphabets followed by up to 4 numbers but sometimes I see one that says “BAD 8008” where the 8 looks like B due to its font.

    • Kingston Lai

      haha… that’s a good one…. I think the best i have seen so far is WHY NOT …. 

    • Aileen

      No Rockstar plate, no plans to get one either we are not car people because we think the $$ you put into a vehicle always depreciates (whereas say, if we chose to re-enter property market in another couple years the money we put in still has chance of returning something..) We r bit un-fun that way 😛