Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Silly Laws Still in Existence...

Silly Laws Still in Existence

1. In Missouri, it is illegal to drive with an un-caged bear.

2. It is illegal to fall asleep under a hair dryer in Florida.

3. In Pacific Grove, California, it is illegal to kill or threaten
a butterfly.

4. It is illegal to hunt camels in Arizona.

5. In Nebraska, if you sell beer in a bar there must be a kettle
of soup on the stove.

6. It is illegal to wear a fake mustache that causes laughter
in church in Alabama.

7. In North Dakota, it is illegal to sell beer and pretzels at the
same time in any bar or restaurant.

8. In Atlanta, Georgia, you may not tie a giraffe to a telephone
pole or street lamp.

9. In New York, it is illegal to throw a ball at someone's head
for fun.

10. In North Dakota, it is illegal to lie down and fall asleep
with your shoes on.

11. It is illegal to get a fish drunk in Ohio.

12. Christmas decorations must be taken down before
January 14, in Maine.

13. In Maine, it is illegal to wear a bullet-proof vest while
committing a murder.

14. In Nevada, it is illegal for a man to buy drinks for more
than three people at a time.

15. It is illegal to serve butter substitutes in state prisons
in Wisconsin.

16. In Connecticut, a pickle is not officially a pickle unless
it bounces.

17. It is illegal for a man to give his sweetheart a box of
candy weighing more than 50 pounds in Idaho.

18. Bingo games can't last more than five hours in
North Carolina.

19. Once convicted of drunk driving, you may never again
have personalized plates in New Jersey.

20. It's illegal to walk across a street on your hands
in Connecticut.

One wonders if any of these laws are enforced,
and what is up with the bouncing pickle, Connecticut?


  1. where did they come up with these laws? makes you wonder...lol

  2. These were very funny, Val, Cute, cute, cute. Thanks for the laughs!

  3. I think there is an Asian dish involving drunken fish. They swim around in saki until they're too drunk to know they're being eaten, or something like that. Obviously not popular in Ohio. Or maybe too popular.

    I read somewhere that in Vermont it is illegal to aim a fire arm at someone unless you intend to shoot them.


    (PS - Don't miss the annual pickle bouncing contest at Yale.)

  4. I enjoyed the chuckles! Silly how they still have some of these Laws still in effect in certain states!

    Great Post.

    Hugs, Rose


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