Nuggets and Avalanche vanity plates: A few suggested messages if bill to create them passes

Colorado already has 23 types of designer license plates, including one that benefits the Denver Broncos charities. Soon there could be two more if lawmakers pass a bill to create plates to benefit the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche charities.

The Nuggets and Avs plates would cost $45 each, plus two one-time fees of $25 -- for a total of $95. Some of that money would benefit Kroenke Sports Charities, the folks responsible for such stuff as the Avalanche Mini Mites, the adorable pee-wee hockey players who slip and slide on the ice during halftime at Avs games, and Birdman Santa.

As with all license plates, the designer type can be further personalized with a custom combination of seven words and/or letters. But what to say? Here are four suggestions:

In honor of the Nuggets' classy (and ever-growing) collection of tattoos:

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This one is mean, but "we're better off without you, sucker" won't fit on a license plate:

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This plate is inspired by Av Cody McLeod's grill:

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This one is also kind of mean, but too good to resist:

LicensePlate Generator at MyGlitterz.net

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Melanie Asmar is a staff writer for Westword. She joined the paper in 2009 and has won awards for her stories about education, immigration and epic legal battles. Got a tip? She'd love to hear it.
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