Florida's Obscene License Plate Countdown: The Whole Enchilada

​​​As we count down the full list of 2,000 personalized license plate requests reviewed by 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 lesson: the human imagination is truly boundless -- especially when conceiving penis jokes for license plates.

After a weeks of bite-sized nuggets of the best 69 references, gun boasts and hater blasts, we decided it was time to give you the full, unfiltered list of filthy plates.

Here's the whole enchilada: every potentially racist, sexist, or simply too hilarious request considered by Florida's License Plate Review Board since 2002.

Remember, these are all real plates requested by real drivers.

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If 41 pages of bad puns is too much to handle, check out our earlier lists:

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
Florida's Obscene License Plate Countdown: Bodily Functions and Man-Junk Edition
Florida's Obscene License Plate Countdown: Haters and Racists Edition
Florida's Obscene License Plate Countdown: Sexy-Time 69 Edition
Florida's Obscene License Plate Countdown: Thugs, Gangstas and Killers 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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