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The Americans make laws ... and have done so for centuries ... only sometimes they forget to adapt them to the present. It so happens that:

  • a woman in St. Croix, Wisconsin, is prohibited from wearing anything red.

  • in Saco, Missouri, women have to tie their hats when they frighten fearful people, children or animals.

  • In Morrisville, Pennsylvania, a woman needs government approval to apply makeup (a husband's approval is not enough!).

  • a Minnesota woman is threatened with 30 days in prison for wearing a Santa suit.

  • a woman in Memphis is allowed to drive a car, but only "if a man runs up in front of the vehicle and waves a red flag to warn oncoming pedestrians and cars".

  • a man in Nogales, Arizona is not allowed to wear suspenders visibly.

  • a man in Illinois is not allowed to bring poodles into opera houses.

  • in Arkansas a man can beat his wife as long as he doesn't do it more than once a month.

  • In Monroe, Utah, two dancers always have to leave enough space between each other so that you can see the daylight between them.

  • in Halethorpe, Maryland, a kiss cannot last longer than 1 second.

  • In St. Louis, firefighters are not allowed to rescue women who are only wearing nightgowns. The law says there is always enough time to put on decent clothes.

  • has been illegal in Massachusetts since Christmas 1659 because no one changed the law.

  • Buying the Encyclopedia Britannica is prohibited in Texas because it reproduces a beer brewing recipe.

  • Gary, Indiana, theater-goers are prohibited from eating garlic four hours prior to going to the theater.

  • Oklahoma bans "scaring dogs by making faces".

  • whistling underwater is prohibited in Florida.

  • In Joliet, Illinois, incorrectly pronouncing the name of the city is punished just as much as slurping soup in Tranton, New Jersey.

  • North Dakota is not allowed to serve beer and pretzels at the same time, while Sott Dakota prohibits falling asleep in a cheese factory.

  • In Pennsylvania, a law applies that a motorist encountering a horse-drawn vehicle must take his car off the road and cover it with a tarpaulin that matches the color of the area. If the horses continue to react stubbornly, he has to dismantle his car and hide the parts under bushes.

  • In Alabama, famous for gays and bulls, the local judge can pronounce the death penalty for sprinkling a pinch of salt on railroad tracks.

  • in Florida women who fall asleep under the hood dryer at the hairdresser's get a ticket.

  • Florida bans unmarried women from parachuting on Sundays. Another state law regulates that elephants parked on the side of the road have to put as many coins into the parking meter as cars. Public dismissal of bowel winds is a criminal offense on Thursdays after 6 p.m., naked showering is constant.

  • Florida has a law against sex with porcupines, and it prohibits married husbands from kissing their wives' breasts.

  • Alabama prohibits women from possessing sex toys, men spitting in the presence of women, and in general any position other than missionary.

  • It is a criminal offense in Pensacola to have less than ten dollars on you.

  • In Tampa Bay, consumption of cottage cheese is prohibited after 6 p.m. on Sundays.

  • in Norfolk, Virginia, spitting seagulls is a criminal offense.

  • Stafford County is only prohibited from beating one's wife on the courthouse steps until 8 p.m.

  • Alabama has a law against blindfolded driving. In addition, in the southern state you are not allowed to wear a dummy beard when you go to church, because this could lead to undesirable cheerfulness.

  • Alabama prohibits bear wrestling and marriages between blacks and whites. But you can drive the wrong way around in one-way streets if you attach a lantern to the front of your car.

  • In the city of Jasper men are forbidden to hit their wives with sticks thicker than the thumb of the master in the house.

  • It is forbidden in the city of Montgomery to open an umbrella in the open street. Because that scares horses.

  • In Baltimore, Maryland, bringing lions to the cinema is prohibited.

  • Ocean City is prohibited from eating while swimming in the ocean.

  • Cold Minnesota forbids sleeping naked and crossing national borders with a duck on your head. In addition, it was stipulated by law that bathtubs must have feet.

  • In Florida, breaking more than three cups or plates a day is prohibited. And someone else would say something against German bureaucracy or Europe's obsession with regulation.

  • All of this is not a joke, not an April Fool's joke, but rather applicable law in the land of unlimited possibilities!