MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) Having a vanity plate that reads TIPSY may not be such a great idea after all. Josiah Johnson, 23, said his license plate might have tipped off the Clay County sheriffs deputy who pulled him over Friday after he left Coachs Sports Pub in Moorhead. Now he faces third-degree drunken driving charges after his blood-alcohol level allegedly registered twice the legal limit. Johnson said he bought the personalized license plate for his Jeep to describe the way it rodethen kept it as a joke when he got a Chevy Silverado because he likes to party. It doesnt mean I drink and drive, he said. It just means I have a good time. Johnson, who was slated to appear in court March 22, said hell never drink and drive again. I feel really stupid, he said.