The 13 Funniest Custom License Plates Newly Spotted In Quebec

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The 13 Funniest Custom License Plates Newly Spotted In Quebec

The Montreal Vanity Plate Spotting Facebook group is super funny. There are new plates uploaded every day. 

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TL;DR Since the introduction of vanity plates in Quebec, people have gotten pretty creative. Here are the funniest plates spotted this week.

Some plates are hilarious, others not so much. But scanning the Facebook group daily, I've noticed some plate trends surfacing. 

Many people seem to enjoy conspicuously displaying their profession on their plate, I'm seeing lots of "doctor" or "lawrup."

I'm also seeing proud displays of nationality like "America" and "Jamaica."

Then, we have the self-proclaimed "ballers," "abadboys," and "Lgros" that want everyone to know who's the boss behind the wheel.

And we have some super random ones that don't make any sense to anyone else other than the driver but are hilarious none-the-less.

The straight baller.

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The die-hard bro 

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The "keep your hands off my car."

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The intellectual.

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The "Better Call Saul."

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The true patriot.

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The little piece of paradise. 

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The Vegan.

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The not-so-humble humble brag.

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The accident-prone.

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The dude.

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The stop sign runner. 

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The proud display of profession. 

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