Colorado as a whole is beautiful, it’s a fact. It’s perhaps the most beautiful state in the continental US. It’s so beautiful that the city of Boulder set up a law that prevents anyone from messing with the placement of their boulders.
This means you are not permitted to roll, throw, or otherwise move any boulders on any public property. Let the Boulder boulders be.
Wisconsin Cheese Is Legally Delicious
If you've ever been to Wisconsin, you'll know that they take cheese very seriously.
So much so that State law requires that cheese labeled as "Wisconsin Certified Premium Grade AA" meet a certain standard: it must be "fine, highly pleasing and free from undesirable flavors and odors."
Delaware Picnics Are Held Away From Vehicles
In the town of Fenwick Island, you can’t picnic around your car between midnight and 6 am.
Though this one's pretty easy to abide by, it must be a huge bummer for anyone who likes to hang out with their minor-league baseball team.
Wisconsin Butter Has a Legal Status
Apparently, nothing is better than Wisconsin's butter. A public eating establishment cannot, under the ordinance of the law, serve margarine as a substitute for butter.
The only way they can serve margarine instead of butter is when the customer explicitly requests margarine in case of allergies.
Hats Off to West Virginia
We've all had bad hair days, so we know what it's like to want to cover up with a hat but too bad you can't rely on that if you plan to go see a movie in West Virginia.
One old law bans the wearing of hats in movie theaters and in live performances, based on the fact that they can and probably will obstruct other people's views.