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11-11 = wanwan-wanwan (one = wan)

"Wan" is the Japanese equivalent of "woof" (dog bark).

One of our neighbours has two cars, and both have license plates with 39-39 (san-kyu - thank you). I still wonder whether there's a deeper meaning behind it.
 

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11-11 = wanwan-wanwan (one = wan)

"Wan" is the Japanese equivalent of "woof" (dog bark).

One of our neighbours has two cars, and both have license plates with 39-39 (san-kyu - thank you). I still wonder whether there's a deeper meaning behind it.
I didn't get it either. :-(

How can they have the same plate? Don't they have to be unique??
 

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Had cats for about 50 years. As a child , I had terrible luck with dogs. Two died with illness and 3 were run over. Back then , dogs ran free all day and only in the house at night. I like dogs , but fear if I own one , it will be doomed by my curse.
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