Mississippi is famous for its Southern charm, but also for having one of the highest rates of obesity and this law sure doesn’t make it easier to stay in shape.
Lawmakers in Mississippi made it illegal for anyone to demand nutritional information or calorie content at any eating establishment or restaurant. That same bill bans communities from requiring restaurants to limit portion sizes.
In Montana, You Finish the Song or You Break the Law
If you start performing on stage in Montana, you better be committed to finishing your gig, otherwise, you might face a hefty fine.
Yes, that's right, in Montana you are obligated to finish your performance on stage—you can’t be willy-nilly about it and abandon it mid-song.
Missouri's Garage Sales Can Never Get Out of Hand
When you're a landlocked state, sometimes you have to be very strict when it comes to garage sales. Why? We have no idea...
While we all love a good garage sale, Missouri won't tolerate one that continues for longer than three days or more than two in the same location in the span of one year.
Minnesota Needs to Stay Off Your Tires
If you have a car and drive in Minnesota, you better make sure your tires are clean, as muddy tires are considered a public hazard if they leave any mud on a street or highway.
As silly as it sounds, we do understand how dangerous it can get considering the frigid cold weather in Minnesota, you wouldn't want to get stuck in the snow.
Michigan Friends Don't Let Their Friends Drink and Board a Train
If you're planning on traveling through Michigan by train, then you’ll need to do that sober. As ordained by law, you can't drink too much while riding on any railway or train.
In other words, you shouldn't drink at all, unless you want to get a fine before being politely escorted off the train.