Stupid Laws from Oregon
Dishes must drip dry.
The "Peer Review Statute" prohibits you from finding out details of any written or oral discussion about your medical treatment. Not even a court of law can. All you can access is what the doctor or nurse voluntarily records in your chart.
It is illegal to whisper "dirty" things in your lover's ear during sex.
Ice cream may not be eaten on Sundays.
It is illegal to buy or sell marijuana, but it is legal to smoke it on your own property.
One may not bathe without wearing "suitable clothing," i.e., that which covers one's body from neck to knee.
Canned corn is not to be used as bait for fishing.
It is illegal to show movies or attend a car race on Sundays. (Eugene)
It is legal to conduct a horse race or a symphony concert. (Eugene)
Juggling is strictly prohibited without a license. (Hood River)
It's illegal to walk down a sidewalk and knock a snakes head off with your cane. (Klamath River)
Ministers are forbidden from eating garlic or onions before delivering a sermon. (Marion)
One may not box with a kangaroo. (Myrtle Creek)
No one may attempt to cause someone to think that their property may be subjected to "offensive physical contact". (Portland)
Minors may not enter a room where a "social game" is being played. (Portland)
Trucks may not be parked on the street. (Portland)
Riders of sleds may not attach themselves to passing cars. (Portland)
Persons may not pass through a "traffic congestion thoroughfare" more than twice per night. (Portland)
It's against the law for a wedding ceremony to be performed at a skating rink. (Portland)
People may not whistle underwater. (Portland)
You cannot wear roller skates in restrooms. (Portland)
Women may not wrestle in Salem. (Salem)
It is illegal to own a reptile within the city limits, unless you are a school or city, as a pet. (Springfield)
It is against the law for animals to have sex in the city limits. (Stanfield)
Cloth towel dispensers are banned from restrooms. (Stanfield)
No more than two people may share a single drink. (Stanfield)
It is illegal to predict the future. (Yamhill)