Okay, some are a tad spicy and may not be around much longer. But most are just clever!

Do YOU have a vanity plate? I've never had one. I've always thought that I wouldn't be able to pick exactly what to say. Then I would pick one and no one would be able to figure it out. If you can't figure it out, what's the point? There are only a couple out of these two dozen that could have a different interpretation, but most are pretty darn obvious! Here's one to add (bonus 26) that I just saw recently.


Now...I know that this person is a realtor who loves to sell. But when I first saw this plate I had THE WRONG interpretation of they had love to sell! And I thought, a hooker? I didn't see the plate cover that clearly says 'I sell houses'. Sometimes I just can't figure out what the heck the plates are trying to say. I swear there's a game show in here somewhere. Like a combination of Wheel of Fortune and Press Your Luck! I'll work on that while you work on the following plates.

Enjoy and don't be afraid to share yours!

25 Epic Vanity Plates in Maine That You Can Figure Out

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