All around the world, Greeks often make their presence known in subtle — or not so subtle — ways.
Some place a Greek flag in their house window, some display photos of Greece at their place of business and others show their pride with… Greek-inspired license plates.
It appears that although many U.S. states and Canadian provinces do allow vanity plates on cars, they do not have language censors in place to spot curse words.
Many of our North American readers spotted the license plates pictured below and sent photos to us.
Have your own Greek-inspired license plate photo? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be added to our gallery.
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