- I Know I Know License And Registration Embroidered Patch. Measuring Size: 1.75"X4"
How many times have you been stopped by the cops while out riding on your motorcycle? Well if you're anything like me then you can't even count on two hands how many times you have had to ask for your license and registration.
I mean it actually got so bad that I was considering not even going out on my bike for a while! Of course I'm joking but seriously it really was getting beyond a joke. Come on man, just because I'm a biker does not mean I am a criminal!
This stereotyping really gets me rubbed up the wrong way. That's why I was delighted when I came across this superb patch from TheCheapplace.com. The 'I Know I Know License and Registration Patch' was the perfect patch for me. I decided to strategically place it above my breast pocket where I carry my license and registration.
This gives me great pleasure when I have to reach into this pocket to get the requested documents and I see that cop having a read. Stupid maybe but it makes me happy. So if you are sick and tired of being stopped to show your license and registration, take it from me, this patch won't stop it from happening but it will give you a small amount of pleasure when you see the police officer's reaction to it!
Now maybe it's my appearance or something but people seem to think I'm some sort of hard man! Is it the big motorcycle or is it the big beard? I really can't tell but the reaction I get to some of my patches does give me a chuckle from time to time.
People really have some misconceptions when it comes to bikers. Take the 'I Like You I Will Kill You Last Patch' for example. Seriously I have seen some people physically balk after reading this patch. Come on if I was seriously in the habit of killing people, would I be advertising it on my jacket?
At the end of the day I like to ride around on my motorcycle for the thrill it gives me and to be quite honest I think I'm used to people's opinions of me and my 'kind'. But although some of these biker patches make other people slightly worried about me, they only serve to cheer me up when I'm having a bad day.