No Tofu in Colorado (Or the F-Word, Either)
Because it's Friday, and because we haven't had a good ol' personalized license plate story in a while, check out this story from ...
Because it's Friday, and because we haven't had a good ol' personalized license plate story in a while, check out this story from Colorado, where a woman was denied from getting a plate because of its equally vegan and carnal nature:Kelly Coffman-Lee wanted to tell the world about her love of tofu by picking the letters for her car's license plate.
But her tofu fondness ran into a snafu at the Division of Motor Vehicles, which blocked her plan because they thought the combination of letters could be interpreted as profane.
Her suggestion for the plate on her Suzuki: "ILVTOFU."
Coffman-Lee says the DMV "misinterpreted" her intention, which was to proclaim her family's love of all things vegan.
But you can certainly understand the state's point.
(via Best Week Ever )
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