No matter how funny you find this, I SWEAR to you this is 100 times better than my old license.
The Hillsborough County DMV is quite the place. I was not the only white person there, but I was the only white person with all my teeth and one of the only ones wearing proper shoes instead of bedroom slippers. Many people there came in large groups with translators. It was noisy with shouting, cussing, crying babies, and the frustration of attempted communication in several different languages. I brought my book but didn't read it. Instead I sat alertly, watching all the drama and felt more than one pair of creepy eyes crawling on me.
When I was finally called up and I told the calm (bless his soul) man that I simply wanted a new license with my married name he gave me a couple options.
DMV guy: "Do you want to remove 'Anne' [my middle name] and replace it with F*** [my maiden name, not the "F" word]?"
Me: "Would that be a permanent, legal change? Or would I still keep my middle name?"
DMV guy: "No, it's not a legal change. It's just that we can only put three names on here."
Me: "Oh. I see..."
DMV guy: "Many newly married women find it easier to keep their maiden name on here."
Me: "I know! I'm sort of having a hard time letting go of it. It's all I've ever known!"
DMV guy: "Um, no. They find it easier when they're still changing over credit cards, bank accounts, that sort of stuff."
Me: "Oh. Okay. That sounds good."