Florida's Obscene License Plate Countdown: Bodily Functions and Man-Junk Edition

​As we count down the full list of 2,000 personalized license plate requests reviewed by the Florida's Obscenity Board -- a mind-blowing document we got our hands on a few weeks ago through the Freedom of Information Act -- we've learned a few things about the good folks of the Sunshine State.

This week's lessons: Poop jokes reign supreme, and way too many of you want the world to know about the alleged size of your balls.

Just remember: These are all real requests made for real Florida license plates.

Bodily Functions

1 WETDRM
2BZ2PEE
ICUPEE
AH SHT
ASHIT V
CUM
CUM C ME
CUM CLN
CUM N UP
DUC FART
HEMRO1D
IM CUMIN
IM JUCEE
IM JUICY
ITCHYB
MR HOLE
MR BUTT
NYS ASS
POOP
FLNG POO
POOP1
O FART Z

Man Junk

1HUNG LO
2NUTTS
4MY MEAT
BIG MEAT
BLU BALS
CDSNUTZ
CDZNUTS
D1CK9
DEZ NUTS
DEZ NUTZ
DICK T U
DICK U3
DICKU TR
DS2NUTS
GM-COCKS
HARD ON
HAWGNUT
HOG NUTZ
HUNG LOW
JUNK 69
LILBALS
NUM NUTS
NUMNUTZ
NUT OIL
NUTS 2
PNUT69
2NUTTS
D0G NUTZ
DS2NUTS
GONFNUTZ
HGNUTS
PEN15
PENAS&
LAYCOCK

Next week: Haterade and Racial Intolerance Edition!

In the meantime, check out our earlier posts on Florida's filthy license plates:

You Won't Believe What Floridians Have Tried To Put On Their Personalized License Plates
Top Five Obscene Florida License Plates, Visualized For Your Pleasure
Florida's Obscene License Plate Countdown: Pimps and Hoes Edition

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Tim Elfrink is a former investigative reporter and managing editor for Miami New Times. He has won the George Polk Award and was a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting.
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