I read an article in the Denver Post about a woman who ran afoul of the Department of Motor Vehicles because of her love of tofu. She just wanted to share her affinity for this gelatinous soy product by personalizing her license plate. ILVTOFU
SOYCURD just didnâ€™t do it for her.
Pretty sure Gina turned a few heads with hers too. But DIVAGINA motors on.
I remember BUC2TH on my orthodontistâ€™s bright yellow Corvette. Imagine how happy my dad was to give him yet more money.
And our friends the Gripmans drive their GRIPVAN.
In my infinite curiosity, I started looking into the phenomenon of vanity license plates and found a game you can buy for $15 called Vantpl8 where you try to figure out as many personalized license plates as possible before your time runs out. For example, 2LV4EVR would be To Love Forever and XKNTRE2R would be Cross Country Tour.
Iâ€™m fairly certain I donâ€™t need to spend fifteen bucks to find out Iâ€™m not that smart.
I read this funny anonymous story, though, which convinced me to try harder â€¦
â€œThere’s these license plates here in Virginia that say “Kids First” at the bottom. I saw someone who had that license plate. Their license place number was EATTHE so it said, “Eat the kids first.”
I donâ€™t care who you are â€¦ thatâ€™s just funny.
There are a zillion vanity plates here proving there are some very clever people driving around the United States.
-CSHFLW In Missouri, the state usually fills in any spaces on a vanity plate with a “-” which turns this into â€œNegative Cashflow.â€ A very creative use of a quirky state law.
2M8OS Tomatoes. His name or his avocation?
BAA BAA Baa Baa on a Black Jeep. Cute.
CARGASM On a brand new Corvette
COCO VAN Chicken in wine sauce…on a lady’s bronze colored Toyota minivan
Some I just donâ€™t get and I tax my little brain when I should be driving. Try your hand at these â€¦
Can you guess any of those?