Oh, sure, Hawaii could have stuck with Tiki drinks, the most scenic beaches, and volcanoes, but why keep things interesting when you could make them weird?
Apparently, the Rainbow State doesn’t like a certain type of magic trick, as the lawmakers in Hawaii made it illegal to put a coin in your ear… Apparently, this strange law was passed to protect the Kingdom of Hawaii coinage.
Don't Sleep and Cheese in Illinois
We all know that cheese can make you fairly sleepy, but if you plan to visit Illinois, you better arrange your sleeping habits carefully.
In Illinois, it's best to avoid the risk of falling asleep in a cheese shop and breaking the law while not even being awake for it.
Keep Idaho Trash in Idaho Trash Cans
Did you think there was some strange law regarding potatoes or truck nuts? Well, you weren't the only one... But as it turns out, Idaho is more concerned with where you put your trash.
In Idaho, it's considered unlawful to sweep dirt from your house onto roads, highways, alleys, or any road used for public travel.
Georgia Needs You to Eat With Your Hands
Don't bother trying to eat like a lady if you're dining in Georgia. Well, at least when you're eating fried chicken. According to a decree in Gainesville, it's unlawful to eat fried chicken with a knife and fork.
A woman was once arrested as a practical joke for violating this law but was soon pardoned, because yes, it is quite ridiculous. So next time you're at a fried chicken fair, don't bother using your cutlery.
Florida Literally Banned Computers
There's a lot to celebrate in Florida: the gorgeous beaches, the prime retirement communities, the unique culture, and more. But thanks to the news, the Sunshine State is also a constant source of entertainment for the rest of the country, if not the rest of the world.
For example, in 2013, Florida erroneously banned all computers in the state. This was all accidental of course, but this confusingly worded law, meant to prohibit illegal gambling, could also be interpreted to apply to using any internet-connected device.