It’s that time again. The time where we get a good look into the law books of the great states in our union, and gawk in-awe of some of the ridiculous things that are deemed “illegal” in them. You can find a complete state-to-state list of the weirdest laws in each on Thrillist, but we’ve got some of the highlights for you here:
- Alaska – If you kill a moose, on-purpose or not, you must make an effort to salvage and use the meat.
- Arkansas - “No person shall sound the horn on a vehicle at any place where cold drinks or sandwiches are served after 9pm.”
- Connecticut – Unless it’s in the privacy of your own home, there’s no “silly string” allowed in the town of Southington.
- Hawaii – There’s no drinking on the beach, and…no…drinking while in the ocean isn’t a way to skirt that one.
- Indiana – You’re not allowed to catch a fish with “a firearm” or with “the hands alone.”
- Iowa – Imitation butter can’t be called “butter” or even described with the words “butter,” “creamery,” or “dairy.”
- Kentucky – You can’t sell those dyed baby chicks you see around Easter, unless you’re selling them in a package of six or more.
- Louisiana – Don’t steal crayfish, and you’re not allow to order a “surprise” food product for someone else – like a birthday pizza.
- Michigan – Travelling by train tipsy is a no-no.
- Nebraska – No drinks are allowed that mix beer and liquor…drink them separately.
- Oklahoma – No making glue out of dead skunks.
- Pennsylvania – You can’t catch a fish with your mouth. Really.
- Tennessee – Don’t get caught using someone else’s Netflix account.
- Utah – No buying or selling booze during an “emergency.”