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It is Illegal!

In Alabama it’s illegal to drive a vehicle while you’re blindfolded.

In Alaska it’s illegal to push a live moose out of a moving airplane.

In Connecticut it’s illegal to walk across a street on your hands.

In Indiana it’s illegal to bathe during the winter.

In Vermont you must take at least one bath a week—on Saturday night.

In Kentucky it’s illegal to transport ice cream in your pocket.

In Massachusetts mourners at a wake may not eat more than three sandwiches.

In the State of Grace it is illegal to gather your friends and throw a pity party

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  1. In Missouri, it is illegal to have a barefoot woman in your car if she is not your wife…just in case you wanted to know. 😉
    Loved the last line: In the State of Grace it is illegal to gather your friends and throw a pity party. Wish I’d known this “law” years ago. It would have saved me from throwing many parties! 🙂



  2. Edwin M. Fahnbulleh says

    Wow! these illegal laws are quite interesting, however, permit me to say in this medium that it is also very illegal for anyone to live and travel the streets and highways of our world without totally surrounding heart, mind, body and soul to Christ Jesus because u stand the rick of losing your eternal life with God.


    • Mr Fahnbulleh… very good to hear from you…hope the family is doing great… merry christmas. Someone once described a person living withour Christ’s saving grace as a person walking on thin ice. Another description I heard many years ago goes something like this: holding on to a piece of thread over a lake of fire. Where I’m from, someone may call you a fire and brimstone preacher but I think one way or the other people need to hear about the horrors of eternal seperation with God.


    • Good to hear… that kind of stuff (giggles is medicine for the soul). I couldn’t help myself the first time I read it. Blessing on you and your girl! And thanks for the comment.


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