WTF is up with these license plates?
Watch out texters, the Colorado authorities in charge of license plates have deciphered your cryptic codes.
WTF, the three-letter abbreviation for What the f*#@, popular with tech-savvy youth, has been banned from car bumpers in Colorado.
According to a story in the Rocky Mountain News, this brings the total number of banned three–letter abbreviations to 261.
So, what else made the list?
KKK, COP, FBI and CAT, to name just a few.
So, I guess anyone with an anti-Semitic feline working for law enforcement will have to find another way to express themselves.
Maybe there’s a bumper sticker for that.
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