|The letter from the DMV that states "You|
cannot use anything European in NC!"
So it was time to re-register the car. When you renew, they send a little piece of paper with the opportunity to receive a personalized license plate. A lot of people get hobbies or interests on the license plate to represent their interest, and considering it's no big secret that I'm a bit of a Europhile, I decided upon the cheeky, (very thought out,) yet definitely safe license plate "EUROTIC". Since some Porshe owner already got EuroGirl, I figured certainly, I'd have no problem getting the license plate. Apparently NCDMV thinks EUROTIC is a play on the word "Erotic", as they denied it (or they just can't spell.) Of course, I could also think they're all a bunch of redneck hill-billies with no intelligence in Raleigh, but it doesn't make it true. It's a completely different word. Last time I checked, freedom of speech guarantees my right to expression. It's not profane, it's not offensive, it's not sexual, and heck, last time I checked, it's not even a real word. But they denied the plate. The reason, written on the application: "context".
|I love Euro ticks, and Euro flies, but I can't|
have the license plate.
Did the DMV agent run out of the office yelling "The Red-coats are coming", too?