But why is it the most metal license plate ever?
For starters, it's made of metal, it features the number of the beast, and it's from Texas, which is the most metal state in the union, if you don't count California or Florida. So that's why.
And we can only hope and pray that this lady with the saw blades and the sparks drives it to work every day.
Also, will you marry me?
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