'TCH-KIDS' Is a Real Ohio License Plate, Probably Not As Clear As Owner Thought It Would Be



Teach kids, touch kids — same difference these days in schools.

Vanity license plates are denied all the time for vulgar language, insulting references, and sexual double meanings, but somehow Ohio let this one fly. Only way this would be better is if the plate was plastered on a big, white, windowless van.


(Pic via a friend of Scene who passed it along last night.)

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