I'm all for getting a personalized license plate. Your car really is part of who you are and whether you are proud of it or think your car is a junker - go ahead and use that small metal plate to let the world know what's on your mind.

I'll add one thing though - please make it a plate that people can decipher! If you get an awesome personalized plate and nobody can figure out what it is supposed to say then I think you have failed...but you haven't failed as much as these 30 people who had ideas so bad they got rejected by the Utah DMV!

I can only imagine there are just as many up here in Idaho. What's the worst personalized plate you've ever seen?