There’s a lot to love about Tennessee, they’ve got Memphis and Nashville, enough music history to cover all of America, and barbecue ribs like you’ve never tasted.
But one thing about Tennessee is devastating, in this state you may not use someone else’s Netflix account unless you’re living under the same roof.
Utah Catastrophes Are Seriously Frowned-Upon
There is unmistakable magic to Utah, not only did it manage to host the Olympics, but the Beehive State is also home to beautiful natural scenery, with majestic mountains and natural greenery in its Arches National Park.
However, make no mistake when it comes to causing a catastrophe cause in Utah (whatever that means) cause it's illegal and will get you locked up!
You Don't Have to Attend Your Own Texas Wedding
They say everything is bigger in Texas, well, almost everything. In the Lone Star State, it's perfectly legal to get married by proxy.
Basically, if you have a good enough reason for absence — like you're in military service — you can technically send someone in your stead to get married as 'you', just make sure you have the right documents and you're all set.
South Dakota Requires Maximum Alertness Around Cheese
Home to Mount Rushmore and the Badlands, South Dakota has outlawed sleeping in a cheese-making factory. Apparently, this law was enacted with the same logic behind not falling asleep while driving.
Of course, it's not the wisest idea to operate heavy machinery while having a snooze.
You Can Get Carded for Using a South Carolina Pinball Machine
Did you know that South Carolina grows more peaches than Georgia? Now that is interesting, but we're not really here to talk about peaches, we're here to talk about the law.
One of the popular-but-fake-sounding weird laws from South Carolina forbids minors from playing pinball. So if you aren't 18 yet you'll have to find another outlet for your angst.