10 of many wierd laws in America Posted on January 22, 2023 There are some insane state regulations that exist in the US. These genuinely strange laws are sufficient to make anybody question why they were made in the first place. So here are 10 wierd laws in America: 1. In Arizona … it’s unlawful for a jackass to rest in a bathtub. Indeed, the story behind this one is very interesting. A merchant back in the early 1920s used to let his donkey sleep in his bathtub but one night a flood took the sleeping donkey in the tub miles away. Later the towns people decided to get a law that would protect these donkeys from such an event, if it were to happen again. 2. In Arkansas … you can’t sound your horn close to a sandwich shop after 9 p.m.A ridiculously hungry imbecile might have been responsible for the origin of this law. However, the vast majority of sandwich shops in Arkansas are shut by 9 p.m. Assuming that you want to blare your horn late at night, you’ll be upsetting the harmony and you’ll stay hungry. 3. In Colorado … it’s against the law to keep a sofa on your yard.This law was created because of some people setting sofas on fire. 4. In Connecticut … a pickle should be able to bounce. Here is a regulation that places Connecticut ranchers in quite a pickle. See what I did there? Another story that is kind of funny. Two men were arrested in the mid 1940s because they were selling pickles that were ill suited for human consumption. While examining things that made a pickle genuine and fine to eat, authorities proclaimed that a pickle is genuine provided that it bounces. The pickles being referred to didn’t bounce so the men were arrested and the pickles were obliterated. 5. In Georgia … it’s against the law to live on a boat for over 30 days.Wanting to reside on a boat? the Peach State is certainly not an ideal spot for you.6. In Hawaii … it’s against the law to put a coin in one’s ear.Clearly, this bizarre regulation was sanctioned to safeguard the Realm of Hawaii money when Hawaii became a part of the US around 1900.7. In Illinois … it’s lawful for underage culinary students to drink alcohol. In 2012, the state passed a regulation nicknamed “Sip and Spit”. This law allows underaged (under 21 years of age) to taste cocktails and then sip it out. I guess students need to know the taste of wine during their time in culinary school…? 8. In Kansas … tire screeching is prohibited. Another peace disturbing fool must be the origin of this law. Ensure your gears are greased and your tires are checked in Kansas. 9. In Kentucky … a lady can’t marry the same man 4 times.Let’s hope that the third time is the charm.10. In Louisiana … it’s against the law to send a suprise pizza.We wish this would happen more to us but in Louisiana it’s seen as a form of harassment!