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megahobbit wrote:


JaykubA wrote:


megahobbit wrote:


JaykubA wrote:


Well those laws are pretty cool, but.....
I live in Kentucky and it's illegal to carry an ice cream cone in your back pocket.


I have a photo of me breaking that law.


I want to see the photo evidence.


Id show you but my younger sister and brother are also in there and they probably dont want me sharing photos of them online.


Understandable.
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There is a law in Louisiana that can legally punish you for failing to keep a promise. Not like it's upheld here but still. I just found out about it a few months ago. Kinda hilarious.

EDIT: Quoted verbatim, "One could land in jail for up to a year for making a false promise."
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Zachman wrote:

There is a law in Louisiana that can legally punish you for failing to keep a promise. Not like it's upheld here but still. I just found out about it a few months ago. Kinda hilarious.

EDIT: Quoted verbatim, "One could land in jail for up to a year for making a false promise."


So many politicians. so few jail cells.

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Posted 7/5/15

Ejanss wrote:


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I live in U.S. Everything is illegal here. :(


Nope.

I also live in the US. Would you like to gamble and visit one of our ladies of ill repute?


I'd like to, but all the Vegas hotels keep getting bad reviews.


Vegas?

Why Vegas?

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VZ68 wrote:
Vegas?

Why Vegas?
Reading the context makes me believe because hen houses are legal in parts of Nevada.
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Posted 7/5/15

DasWood wrote:


VZ68 wrote:
Vegas?

Why Vegas?
Reading the context makes me believe because hen houses are legal in parts of Nevada.


Not in Clark though.

Nor Washoe.
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23 / M / Germany
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Posted 7/5/15

orange-chan wrote:
i heard theres this law in germany that lets minors drink! i think its crazy but germany is much better than US in every way....so let them do what they want....

You can drink beer and wine in Germany when you're 16+ years old. Other alcoholic drinks are 18+.
Everyone starts going to parties and drinking at the age of 13 or 14 here, anyway. I've done that, too, and there was nothing wrong about it. The police doesn't really care about that law, either.
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22 / M / canada,on,woodstock
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I'm like 20 and my Girlfriend is 16 but the age of consent in canada is 16 so I not breaking the law and the drinking age in canada is 19 also
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16 / M / Palatine, Illinois
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Posted 7/5/15
In Florida there is a law where Unmarried couples may not commit “lewd acts” and live together in the same residence.
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Legal drinking age in the UK is 18 but you can be under 18 and have one glass of wine with a meal in your own home. I'm assuming it's for religious reasons.

Laws that debt collector companies in the UK don't seem to think are illegal but they are. They can not visit your home and harass you. They need to have your permission and be invited for a home visit. The onus of proof is on them not you. You don't have to prove anything as far as if you do or do not owe a debt. Posing as a bailiff is illegal. A bailiff and a debt collector are not the same thing a bailiff is appointed by a court after it's proved you owe a debt and are usually only reserved for when you owe the government tax and refuse to pay or when a debt collector took you to court and you lost but still refuse to pay. A debt collector is a company that buys debt at a fraction of the debt and then recovers the balance for themselves.

Prostitution in the UK is not illegal. There are elements involved which are such as pimping,brothels and street soliciting. Sex in public is also illegal along with driving around searching for prostitutes to pick up. The actual act of exchanging money for sex however is not illegal if done in a private setting between consenting individuals.
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Posted 7/5/15 , edited 7/5/15

jordancharacter wrote:

Here in Florida, it is a second degree misdemeanor to commit "lewd" acts with someone who is unmarried and living in the same residence as you.


Do they have to be married to each other, or just married in general?
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20 / M / Cincinnati, OH
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Posted 7/15/15
In Ohio, it is wrong to get a fish drunk.
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Posted 7/16/15

MrMoondoggie wrote:

Legal drinking age in the UK is 18 but you can be under 18 and have one glass of wine with a meal in your own home. I'm assuming it's for religious reasons.


*Proceeds to buy a house as well as the biggest cup available and take multiple cousins to the UK*

Y'know, for religious reasons.
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I use VPN to watch stuff that is stupidly blocked to ppl from 'outside the copyrights law' because I simply do not agree with such nonesense

now let's say that together: man, but THAT'S ILLEGAL

lol I can talk about how I view such stuff for hours
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30 / M / Portland, OR
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Posted 7/16/15

GrateSaiyaman wrote:

A lot of people seem to think it is illegal to pass on the right while driving down a multi-lane highway.
Every state I've been in that is not the case. YOU CAN PASS ON THE RIGHT, except if you are doing it while driving on the shoulder of the road.



When I lived in Colorado, not only were you not allowed to pass on the right, you weren't allowed to use the left hand except for passing on highways.
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