Personally, I'd avoid #1. It's cool overall, Ozzie is OK - but the "F*cking" part is a targeting invitation to traffic stops by inquiring law enforcement in certain areas (I'm not saying that's PROPER - but I have worked Internal Affairs/Professional Standards in law enforcement, am still involved in similar investigations, and it happens...).
#2 is Kool...
I'm sure, if you haven't done so already, that you can just list some of your other interests, hobbies, idols, etc and just do a Google image search (with the search name along with the terms "license plate frame") for other frames in red lettering, trim, theme, etc.
I had mentioned this in a long ago post, but one thing that I would recommend is that you consider adding some extra padding and protection between the license plate/frame mounts on the Caliber and whatever you install. The factory-provided method consists of just 2 small rubber pads (not sure if it's the same with your Canadian versions, though), which I observed easily allow ANY plate and frame to rattle and probably damage the paint underneath that area - ESPECIALLY a metal frame.
I installed extra rubber backing pads/strips between the plate/frame and the mounts when I first bought my Caliber - no problem encountered since. I did that the day after I had bought my Caliber, as I had merely transferred the plates from the Dodge conversion van it had replaced.
I also had transferred the same plate FRAME with it, which is an obvious preference of mine: