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More Loony Laws (US)!

It’s against the law to burp, or sneeze in a certain church in Omaha, Nebraska!

It’s against the law to pawn your dentures in Las Vegas! Let me guess: it’s also against the law to be toothless in Vegas.

In Natoma, Kansas, it’s illegal to throw knives at men wearing striped suits. So if they’re not wearing stripes, it’s perfectly fine to chuck knives at them?

Lollipops aren’t allowed in Washington. I don’t even want to know…

There was a Washington law that stated that a car driven at night must be preceded by a man carrying a lantern by about a hundred yards. Can anyone say "roadkill"?

In Memphis it is illegal for a woman to drive a car unless there is a man either running or walking in front of it waving a red flag to warn approaching motorists and pedestrians. I’m insulted.

Also in Tennessee: It is illegal to shoot any game other than whales from a moving automobile. Yeah, like you encounter whales along the highways.

The Arkansas legislature passed a law that states that the Arkansas River can rise no higher than to the Main Street bridge in Little Rock. What are they going to do, arrest the river?

In Kentucky, it is illegal to transport an ice cream cone in your pocket. Say that again?

4 Responses to “More Loony Laws (US)!”

  1. cookie Says:

    How can you stop a sneeze? :D

  2. sweet_strawberries96:hellokitty.com Says:

    OMG! Are these for real??? That’s crazy! That doesn’t even make sense! But these are absolutely funny though! XD

    how did you make the text go along the picture? I want to know how to do that! XD

    These are funny! ;)

  3. kuromi_lauren:hellokitty.com Says:

    Some of these laws are loony, but the first one was pretty good. That would be rude. But, about the law that women are not to drive unless a man is running in front of it, does it mean women are not allowed to drive, at all!? I’m insulted too. Women have rights, you know!

  4. kevin Says:

    how do you enforce those last two???

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