One person wanted to drive around with 3 Ks on their bumper. Someone else just wanted the letters U and F, but not in that order.
Another 30 ideas were called "suggestive," including RIDE ME, and a request for the number 4, followed by the word PLAY.
ICBC deemed about 100 others were "not in good taste," and rejected them as well.
But most of the rejected plates just don't fit ICBC's six-character limit or conflicted with its regular numbering scheme.
The list was published after a freedom of information request from Jordan Bateman, B.C. director of the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation.