The officer approached my car and said, "Su licencia y revisión, por favor." (License and registration, please.)
I said, "What? Yo no hablo espanol," with the gringo accent turned way up.
"SU LICENCIA! LICENCIA!!!" he said like he was talking to a deaf person.
"Ohhh, my license?!?" I asked in English, playing dumb.
"Yes," he replied in English. For a moment I panicked and thought OMG he speaks English...this isn't going to work!
But then he said, "y la revisión??"
"My what?! I'm sorry, yo no hablo español!" I said, still playing stupid.
"La revisión del vehiculo. DEL VEHICULO!" he said slowly.
"Ohhh...this??" I asked, pulling out my registration.
"Yes," he replied in English.
He walked to the back of the car to consult the other officer. They both laughed. He came back, handed me my license, and sent me off with a smirk and a "que le vaya muy bien."
"Grassy-ass," I answered with a grin, and drove away WITHOUT a ticket or having to pay a bribe.
So for future reference...learn from my past mistakes and current success:
Being mean, being nice, and crying do not get one out of a ticket in Honduras.
Pretending to not speak Spanish...now, that does the trick!