What makes our minds work like they do? My son read some of these to me today. Thought you'd enjoy them.
- It against the law in Connecticut for a man to write love letters to a girl whose mother or father has forbidden the relationship. (What? it's 1820?)
- In Michigan married couples must live together -- or be imprisioned. (That makes sense. LOL)
- In the state of Colorado, a pet cat, if loose, must have a tail light. (Oh, ho, how does that work?)
- In Phoenix, Arizona, you can't through a hotel lobby with spurs on. (Must be afraid someone's going to get hurt)
- In California, a law created in 1925 makes it illegal to wiggle while dancing. (snicker)
- In Utah, daylight must be visible between dancing couples. (I guess nighttime doesn't matter!)
- In Michigan, it is against the law for a lady to lift her skirt more than 6 inches while walking through a mud puddle. (They'd better check these oldies, but goodies. A little out of date, wouldn't you say?)
- In North Carolina, it is against the law for a rabbit to race down the street. (Try telling that to the bunny)
- In Georgia, it's against the law to spread a false rumor. (Maybe more states ought to make that a law!)
- In West Virginia, one can't cook sauerkraut or cabbage due to the odors. The offense is subject to imprisonment. (Yikes!)
More later . . .
Why not go out on a limb? Isn't that where the fruit is? --Frank Scully