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May 20, 2008 at 10:30 AM

Pass the vanity plate

Attention road warriors! With all the food and wine fanatics around here, it’s no surprise we’re seeing an increasing number of cars bearing food- and wine-related Washington State vanity plates like these, parked in the lot of an event I attended last night:

I’ve got a standard issue plate, but if I went the vanity route — which allows a maximum of seven characters, including hypens, spaces, etc. — mine should probably read ETZALOT. As of this morning, according to the Washington State Department of Licensing, which keeps track of such things, it’s mine for the asking.

Have you seen any other fun eats-and-drinks-related license plates? Do you have one? And if you don’t, what would yours say if you did?

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