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Well, you can start in FL around 1987 and work your way around there for a couple of years. Everything from woman's ass cheeks to saggy pants are outlawed.


I heard the baggy pants got repealed and I know that a woman can wear a g string swim suit as long as it covers the nipples fully and her V covered.
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http://www.ocalapost.com/pullem-up-pay-up-or-go-to-jail-no-more-saggy-pants-its-the-law/



The story also states it's also at some McDonald's stores in Texas as well.

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That anti-lewd military style government from Shimoneta is becoming closer to reality each day... We need some erotic terrorists.
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Why *reads article* I can’t wait for the court cases against this law interfering with the first ammendment.
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Why *reads article* I can’t wait for the court cases against this law interfering with the first ammendment.



The is zero first amendment right to show your ass in public.
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The ban isn't worth the money to enforce it, really. Yes, such things are fairly indecent, but the enforcement cost is ridiculous. I admit that I don't particularly give a damn about other people's taste in fashion.
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Don't be surprised everyone. These sort of bans, and laws happen all the time. Just remember this song! --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSANTRnEBgg
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The ban isn't worth the money to enforce it, really. Yes, such things are fairly indecent, but the enforcement cost is ridiculous. I admit that I don't particularly give a damn about other people's taste in fashion.


Wrong. Simply wrong. Why? Because tickets often do more than pay for themselves.... they often fund entire city governments. Therefore... the amount of money they MAKE off of this should be sufficient reason to keep it.

Again, I just like the law because of what it is. I swear, nothing is more annoying than someone dressed inappropriately, with no way to change it.

BUT... I'm the bad guy, I guess, for not wanting people walking around like hoes and thugs.
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aeb0717 wrote:

The ban isn't worth the money to enforce it, really. Yes, such things are fairly indecent, but the enforcement cost is ridiculous. I admit that I don't particularly give a damn about other people's taste in fashion.


Wrong. Simply wrong. Why? Because tickets often do more than pay for themselves.... they often fund entire city governments. Therefore... the amount of money they MAKE off of this should be sufficient reason to keep it.

Again, I just like the law because of what it is. I swear, nothing is more annoying than someone dressed inappropriately, with no way to change it.

BUT... I'm the bad guy, I guess, for not wanting people walking around like hoes and thugs.


There's a law about having a donkey in a bathtub on the second floor. How well did that work out?
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HolyDrumstick wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

The ban isn't worth the money to enforce it, really. Yes, such things are fairly indecent, but the enforcement cost is ridiculous. I admit that I don't particularly give a damn about other people's taste in fashion.


Wrong. Simply wrong. Why? Because tickets often do more than pay for themselves.... they often fund entire city governments. Therefore... the amount of money they MAKE off of this should be sufficient reason to keep it.

Again, I just like the law because of what it is. I swear, nothing is more annoying than someone dressed inappropriately, with no way to change it.

BUT... I'm the bad guy, I guess, for not wanting people walking around like hoes and thugs.


There's a law about having a donkey in a bathtub on the second floor. How well did that work out?


Yeah... having a donkey in a bathtub on the second floor really affects me.... WAIT, NO, it does NOT. What DOES affect me is seeing other people's asses all damned day.

I support this law. If you don't like it.... I honestly just think you're one of the new gen Americans with an over-developed sense of entitlement to do whatever the fuck you want. I value your opinion on very little. I see NO reasoning for "Nah, this law is BS. Everyone should be able to make other people see their asses. Screw common decency." And that is how I see you. Over-entitled, selfish, assholes who do not care about how other people feel about your behavior.
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Yeah... having a donkey in a bathtub on the second floor really affects me.... WAIT, NO, it does NOT. What DOES affect me is seeing other people's asses all damned day.

I support this law. If you don't like it.... I honestly just think you're one of the new gen Americans with an over-developed sense of entitlement to do whatever the fuck you want. I value your opinion on very little. I see NO reasoning for "Nah, this law is BS. Everyone should be able to make other people see their asses. Screw common decency." And that is how I see you. Over-entitled, selfish, assholes who do not care about how other people feel about your behavior.


Lol! Whoa dude! What kind of behavior is this? I just made a joke about a donkey, but in all seriousness, there are some ridiculous bans, and laws out there.

And no I don't wear baggy pants, or baggy skirts. I never have, I always dressed nice, with my shirt tucked in. I just think that our country, and every little state that makes it up, have way more important things to worry about, than baggy pants and skirts! Also I don't care if you support this law or not, but considering were talking about it on Crunchyroll, I'm going to assume you don't really care, and that you're trolling.
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lookin like a fool with yer pants on the ground
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Do get over yourself, please. I'm stating my opinion, not yours. For what ever reason, you are clearly going out of your way to start explosive arguments over little things, with little to no provocation. Kindly f*ck off. I will not reply to you again.

EDIT: Whatever point you may have is smothered by your horrendous attitude.
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There's a law about having a donkey in a bathtub on the second floor. How well did that work out?


Wyoming

You may not take a photograph of a rabbit from January to April without an official permit.

Vermont

It was illegal to tie a giraffe to a telephone pole.

South Dakota

Horses are not allowed in the Fountain Inn unless they are wearing pants.

Nevada

It is illegal to drive a camel on the public highway

Massachusetts

Gorillas are not allowed in the back seat of any car.

Kentucky

It is illegal to dye a duckling blue for the purpose of selling it unless more than six are for sale at the same time.

Maryland

Taking a lion to the cinema is illegal
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