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Can you name the States by their ridiculous, but true laws?

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You may be arrested for vagrancy if you do not have at least one dollar bill on your person.
It is a $500 fine to instruct a pizza delivery man to deliver a pizza to your friend without them knowing.
A man with a moustache may never kiss a woman in public.
Incestuous marriages are legal.
It is a misdemeanor to shoot at any kind of game from a moving vehicle, unless the target is a whale.
It is legal for a robber to file a law suit, if he or she got hurt in your house.
It is illegal to dare a child to purchase a beer.
It is illegal to teach others what polygamy is.
A person may not cross state lines with a duck atop his head.
It is illegal to tickle women.
No one may carry an ice cream cone in their back pocket if it is Sunday.
It is illegal to lie down and fall asleep in a cheese factory.
Quakers and witches are banned.
After January 14th you will be charged a fine for having your Christmas decorations still up.
Women must obtain written permission from their husbands to wear false teeth.
“R” rated movies shall not be shown at drive-in theaters.
Single men between the ages of twenty-one and fifty must pay an annual tax of one dollar.
It’s against the law to sing off key.
In order for a pickle to officially be considered a pickle, it must bounce.
It is illegal to have a sheep in the cab of your truck without a chaperone.
You may not take a picture of a rabbit from January to April without an official permit.
All residents may be fined as a result of not owning a boat.
It is illegal to cause a catastrophe.
You may not tap your feet, nod your head, or in any way keep time to the music in a tavern, restaurant, or cafe.
A man can legally beat his wife, but not more than once a month.
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It is considered an offense to throw pickle juice on a trolley.
No one may catch fish with his bare hands.
Dishes must drip dry.
One may not dye a duckling blue and offer it for sale unless more than six are for sale at once.
Donkeys cannot sleep in bathtubs.
It is illegal to wear a bullet-proof vest while committing a murder.
Any motorist driving along a country road at night must stop every mile and send up a rocket signal, wait 10 minutes for the road to be cleared of livestock, and continue.
Dogs must have a permit signed by the mayor in order to congregate in groups of three or more on private property.
No one may be arrested on Sunday or on the Fourth of July.
It is illegal to serve apple pie in public restaurants without cheese.
It is illegal to milk another person’s cow.
It is illegal to attach a vending machine to a utility pole without prior consent from the utility company.
Illegal for a man to give his sweetheart a box of candy weighing less than fifty pounds.
Idiots may not vote.
It is illegal for bar owners to sell beer unless they are simultaneously brewing a kettle of soup.
It is illegal to drive a camel on the highway.
Penalty for horse theft is death by hanging.
Moose may not be viewed from an airplane.
A fine of $25 can be levied for flirting.
Hotel sheets must be exactly 99 inches long and 81 inches wide.
Beer and pretzels can’t be served at the same time in any bar or restaurant.
A person must be eighteen years old to play a pinball machine.
One may not mutilate a rock in a state park.
A person may be placed in jail for up to six months for making fun of someone who does not accept a challege.
Thistles may not grow in one’s yard.

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