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post #1 of 6 Old 2nd August 2006, 08:08 AM Thread Starter
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I need suggestions for a personalized plate for my wife's 540iT-S2. She's a gradeschool teacher and loves fireworks, and her 540. See pic below...

My first thought was:
HT4TCHR
But that might be too racy for the school parking lot.

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My first thought was:
HT4TCHR
But that might be too racy for the school parking lot.
Definitely too racy. Hell, at that point you might as well get "TILF".


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Definitely too racy. Hell, at that point you might as well get "TILF".

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Definitely too racy. Hell, at that point you might as well get "TILF".

I vote for TILF! with a frame that says "teachers do it till it right"

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