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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by joepunk, Apr 8, 2009.
In Denver, the DMV has denied a women's tofu-vanity license plate:
I think thats a crazy thing to have on a license plate, and because it took my a couple trys to get here it is broken down:
I LV TO F U
Would it be illegal to put the full phrase as a bumper sticker on her car? If not, what's the big deal of it being on her license plate?
FU Denver, just kidding. I love my city, but I can understand them not wanting what it looks like it's saying on a plate.
The government didn't say it was illegal, they just said they would not make it for her, just as they wouldn't make a bumper sticker that says the same thing.
I think they should let her have it. People can take it how they want. It's freedom of expression.
They do have heart symbols for license plates.
She could do this:
Oh come on, ILVTOFU could very possibly stand for: I LV TO Fondle Unicorns, and since when did fondling mythical creatures come off as rude? Oh that beautiful horn....
Haha multiple tries? Someone doesn't have a dirty mind? =p
Um, someone is on it already
ILVTOFU Bumper Sticker
I think they said no as more of a safety thing. Could you imagine the tailgating she would have to deal with. Not to mention the number of people following her home or blowing their horns and wildly gesturing. Poor thing, driving along innocently thinking, "I never knew so many people loved tofu..."
LOL poor thing.
I LV TO F too!
This reminds me of that Britney Spears song.....
If You Seek Amy ******* Me
What dirty minds at the DMV. Who doesn't love tofu?
There were plenty of songs that came before, titled "If You See Kay".
I'm sure I remember seeing on telly that someone here in the UK is driving about with PEN 1 S on his licence plate. He said he has ben pulled over by the police for having an obscene plate.
I'd be like, "that's the one they gave me"