4000 Words We CAN’T Use on MD Vanity Plates (Demo)

Pay your $50 and roll the dice on whether your choice of expression is objectionable or not.
Maryland’s Objectionable Plate List is said to include vulgarities, obscenities and other pop culture jargon that the agency has banned to keep vanity tags out of the gutter. While PHATAZZ, BAD AZZ, and WTF made the cut, FBI and CIA did not. The list has not been published by news organizations due to it’s purely vulgar and offensive content.
According to the Sun “State law allows the MVA to deny tags that have a scatological or sexual meaning; use curse words, epithets or obscenities; carry a ‘fraudulent or deceptive purpose’; refer to illegal acts (sorry, no HEROIN or KILLALL) or convey messages about a group’s race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or disability.”
Baltimore Sun Story HERE

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