Despite being home to the best fried-chicken franchise that we all know as KFC, Kentucky also offers coal and bluegrass music. Unfortunately, though, women in Kentucky are limited to how many times they can marry the same man.
A law in the State of Kentucky bans women from marrying the same man more than three times. Hopefully, the third time tying the knot really sticks! This same law does not apply to men, who are free to marry and remarry as many times as they like.
Iowa Has Specific Days for Car Sales
The Hawkeye State is pleasant, but not entirely memorable, except they do have this weird law that bans the sale of any vehicle, car, or even RV on Sundays. Why would they do that?
We don't know, all we know is that Iowa is pretty much rural, quiet, and simple and they don't want car deals to disturb their peace on Sundays.
Kansas Pies Don't Mix
Kansans take their cherry pie very seriously, so seriously in fact, that it was (and to our knowledge, it still is) illegal to eat a slice of cherry pie with a scoop of ice cream in the state of Kansas.
It remains unclear when this law originated or even why they would forbid sweet frozen dessert with their cherry pie, but — luckily for dessert lovers — it's not enforced.
No Surprise Food in Louisiana
Things that are really important to the residents of Louisiana are jazz, Mardi Gras, and how you plan to send a surprise pizza! According to the law in Louisiana, it's illegal to order goods or services for someone if they don't know to expect said goods or services.
That includes ordering a surprise cake or pizza for a party or otherwise. We guess someone didn't like the idea of a surprise party, so much so that they created a law to forbid it.
Maine's Main Concern Is Skateboards
In several counties in Maine, it's considered illegal to skateboard on the sidewalks. If you're caught skateboarding there, you could land yourself a fine of $10.
So if skateboarding on sidewalks is what’s in your heart, you might be able to afford it.