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Top Twenty Rejected Colorado Vanity License Plates, Body Parts Edition

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A few months back, we posted about some of the vanity license plates rejected by the State of Colorado -- and we hardly exhausted the supply. Officials have turned down literally thousands of requests -- some that strike us as relatively close calls, but plenty of others so brazen it's hard to believe anyone thought they might actually be approved.

The first time around, our theme was sex fiends. For this one, our focus is on body parts -- and we're pretty sure you can guess which ones got bounced, as it were. Count down our top twenty below.

See also: Top Twenty Rejected Colorado Vanity License Plates, Sex Fiend Edition

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