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Florida's Obscene License Plate Countdown: Pimps and Hoes Edition

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On the maturity scale, Floridians land somewhere between early '90s-Urkel and your pre-teen cousin Jimmy who giggles every time someone says "Duty." At least that's what we found a couple weeks ago when we got our hands on a list of 2,000 personalized license plate requests reviewed by the state's Obscenity Board.

To properly celebrate our state's poop-joke obsessed group consciousness, we'll be posting the full list over the next couple weeks by gag-inducing subject matter. This week: pimps and hoes.

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

Pimps

PMP CDY

PMP IT

PMP1N

PMP69

PMPIN

PMPN FML

PMPN HRD

PMPN IT

PMPN8EZ

PMPNS-EZ

PMPNZEZ

PMPTREP

PMPTRES

PIM P 1

PIM PEN

PIMMP

PIM-N

PIMP

PIMP 300

PIMP C

PIMP J

PIMP JCE

PIMP MOM

PIMP U

PIMPA

PIMPAPI

PIMPCO

PIMPCO1

PIMPCO2

PIMPDUP

PIMPED

PIMPEN

PIMPESS

PIMPIN

PIMPIN 3

PIMP-INN

PIMPIT

PIMPN

PIMP-N 9

PIMPN69

PIMPSTA

PIMPT

PIMPWRX

PIMPY

THEPIMP

ZXPIMP

Hoes

HO BE

HO GETTA

HO GETTR

HO4SHO

HOE HOE

HOE ONE

HOE PLZZ

HOE WGN

HOE WIE

HOE-TICH

HOHO-2U

HOIAN

TITEHOE

THE HOE

Next week: Bodily functions. In the meantime, check out our earlier posts on Florida's filthy 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

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