We’ve all been told as kids to “pee before we go.” There’s one state that thinks it’s offensive.
A New Hampshire woman is fighting with the state to keep her license plate which reads "P-B-4-WE-GO." Wendy Auger says she received a letter from the state Department of Motor Vehicles that she must surrender her 15-year-old plate because it is forbidden to use phrases involving bodily functions.
The Rochester bartender posted to Facebook that she thinks it is a free speech matter. But, the state has added that the rules changed due to a decision by the New Hampshire Supreme Court a few years ago. Auger said her appeal isn't life or death, but she loves the plate and thinks "talking about peeing isn't offensive."
Wendy has told her children to "Grab a water bottle and pee before we go," for years.