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All In Vain: Rejected Ohio License Plates

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Every day, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles sifts through eight to 1,500 personalized license plates. 

The board that oversees approving the plates has guidelines that are set up between the office and the ACLU.  

Personalized plates must not contain words or phrases that are profane, have a sexual nature, or include references to words that describe poop. 

Also, the plate cannot contain a phrase that would induce hate or violence.   The plates also must not have words that talk about lawlessness.  

An example of that would be "murder," however officials said that "speeder" would be OK, however might draw some extra attention to your car. 

The list of banned plates continues to grow as people become more and more creative.  When a plate is denied, the applicant can appeal, with the hopes of getting the plates.

Rejected Vanity Plates
1 B A TA
1 BD BISH
1 BMF Z
1BA CADI
1BADFKR
1BLACKI
1IHS HO
2INJUNS
4TMFW
50 XXXXX
5MFERS
ARGOFY
ASHOLE
ASS KIKR
AXEMRDR
AYFKM
B A GTO
BA MNSCH
BAD A S63
BAD DUPA
BADD ASS
BADSOB
BD4SS
BDA5 LEX
BDAZBNZ
BIFC2
BILLY HO
BL FN MRY
BLKMAIL
BLYA
BMFH 3X
BMFRR
BMFSG
BOOGR
BOOTLGG
BQQB5
BRNIBCH
BRNRICE
BSBROWN
BTCH2
BTCHN1
BUMPAZ
BUX K A
CACA KNG
CANDIAZ
CANIB3L
CHACH
CHACH1
CHOOT UM
CR DMNT
CRAPBOX
CRAZYMF
CRNHLIO
CSTACY
D4T4SS
DA FUH
DAFEIJI
DATAZZ
DAYUMIT
DESI 420
DILF
DILLIGD
DILLIGF
DO N ME 1
DROOLY
DSHZNT
DVSGILF
DZ NTZ 1
ECSTAZY
EFF UM
EFFURV8
EFN MINT
F PSTNS
FAST AF
FCQ 2
FEK
FHU Q
FKAKTA
FN3PUTT
FNAUSA
FNCOOL
FREYREY
FST AZ HL
FST MF
FSTSHT
FTW 1
FUHCUE
FUKT
FYHN
FYMF
GOINHAM
GRINDN
GUNRNNR
H01YSHT
HAULA55
HAZE
HBICBSS
HEBE
HELYEAH
HMMR777
HOE TRN
HONKEY
HONKEY 1
HRY MORY
HWKMNKE
HWY2H3L
IH8UFM
IM A PYRO
IMDASHT
JDMASFK
JOOD
JU GURL
KIK ASH
KIZZ MY
KK KAR
KKXKXKK
KKXKXKX
KKXXKXX
KKXXXKX
KLL ZMBZ
KLLR NUT
KXXK
KXXKKX
KXXKXKK
LGBNAF
LMAO MX5
LOFASZ
LT1 LMAO
M3RDE2U
MFCRAZY
MIJUNKK
MILFLVR
MLF HNTR
MRTRD
MS81TCH
MSSASS
NO RM 4BS
NOFSGVN
NOFXGVN
OFUXGVN
OHHFAWK
OL FART
PG MO THN
PHUKET1
PHUKET2
PHXCKS
POMOFOE
POP N TGS
PPL SUCK
PSYOP8R
RICEATR
RICERH8
RUSTYAF
S1T1F1U
S2GOTS
SAT CONG
SCOPARE
SEA PEE A
SHARTED
SHIDDY
SHTHEAD
SLOWAF
SMEG POT
SNOTDOC
SODITT
STALK N
STFO
SWONER
THEISH
TRAPWGN
TUTT 420
UKS2BU
USTURDS
WA8MAT (AM Radio)
WHITRSH
WHOOD3Y
WTF
WTF TUCK
XESLARO
XKXKXXK
XKXXX
XXKKXX
XXKKXXK
XXKXKX
XXKXX
YA BISH
YO BITCH
Z4CHA55

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