California rejects THOUSANDS of personalized plates, including 'HUF4ARTD' and 'DCKXTSN', because they are 'offensive to good taste and decency'

California received nearly 250,000 personalized plates request in 2018 - and rejected thousands of ludicrous and hilarious ones. 
Vanity plates were first introduced in the Golden State in 1972, and people have been trying to sneak their mischievousness in ever since. 
DMV policy finds that 'any personalized license plate configuration that [carries] connotations offensive to good taste and decency' can be subject for rejection, LAMAG reports. 
Most plates that fall under this purview have some sort of sexual, racial or profane meaning. And in a lot of cases, the plates aren't even intentionally provocative. 

Common grievances concern people's genitalia - words like 'pink', 'monkey' and 'muffin' are associated with vagina, while 'knackers', 'anaconda' and 'nards' are often associated with penis and testicles. 
Anything with reference to porcine - meaning words like 'pig', 'swine' and 'oink' - are perceived as being derogatory towards police. 
Any plate that has 'Jew' on it is also immediately struck from consideration but references to Christians, Muslims and Buddhists are accepted. 
'Box' - which is associated with vagina - is only allowed for cases where the vehicle is a 'Box' type. Scions and Porsche Boxsters fit under this criteria.
Cars that were built in 1969 are the only cars that are allowed to use the number 69 on their plates.
California is home to roughly 220 languages, causing the DMV to have to be on their best game when finding problematic plates. 
The following personalized plates didn't make the cut: 
KYLESEAN - A customer claimed that the plates were in homage to his two children, Kyle and Sean but DMV personnel felt that it really meant 'Kill Sean!'
Moorehed - Someone with the actual last name Moorehead was refused this plate because DMV staff felt that it looked like 'more head.'
BEMYBAE - A man wanted to get this plate for his girlfriend's anniversary but he wasn't able to. The DMZ rejected the plate because 'bae' is the Danish word for 'poop.'

CCS8JWS - While the husband asking for this plate claimed it stood for the date he and his wife got married, along with their initials, staff felt that '8' looks like 'Hate' and 'JWS' looks like Jews. 
ITSLIT - The popular slang phrase was rejected by the DMV because 'Lit=intoxicated, Slit=Rude slang for a woman or vagina.'
420EDDI - For this plate, the person asking for it did not have a meaning behind it. But the DMV identified that '420' is the national day for smoking cannabis. 
ONW2BYB - This literally means 'On my way to bang your b***h' and speaks for itself why it was rejected. 

DICKOUT - A parent said that the plate signified their elation that their son was moving out but obviously 'dick' is another word for penis. 
HUF4RTD - While the person asking for the plate offered that it meant 'Have unwavering faith 4 respect the Day,' DMV personnel hilariously pointed out that it looked like 'Who Farted'.
FUKTRMP - This one is pretty obvious but the customer asserted that it meant 'funky trumpet in the funk music genre.'
DCKXTSN - A man hoping to pay homage to his father 'Dick' (also his name) wanted to show how he was an extension of him. The DMV quickly rejected the notion and pointed out that the man's name was Brant.   

California rejects THOUSANDS of personalized plates, including 'HUF4ARTD' and 'DCKXTSN', because they are 'offensive to good taste and decency' California rejects THOUSANDS of personalized plates, including 'HUF4ARTD' and 'DCKXTSN', because they are 'offensive to good taste and decency' Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 11:49 Rating: 5

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