It’s no secret that every state has weird laws left on the books from decades ago, but Georgia has some laws still around that will leave you wondering why they were ever a law in the first place.
While these laws are not still enforced for the most part, it is important to note that these laws are technically still on the books. So let the piggy-back ride haters rejoice and be careful about where you store your ice cream cones because we’re about to take a look at some of Georgia’s most bizarre laws.
1. You cannot give another man a piggy-back ride in Atlanta.
First one up and… well…
If you want to clean your ass, you’re going to have to take it outside buddy…
But it’s acceptable Monday through Saturdays.
Darn it, forgot it was Sunday! We’re eating McDonald’s tonight, kids.
This one isn’t even that dumb. I like the idea of not having a dead bird in my yard.
About 100% of us should be behind bars right now.
This includes PB&J. Sorry George Washington Carver…
You gotta have at least some manners in public.
This is tricky business, people. Leave rat-killing to the professionals.
Whistle your heart out any other time and day though!
This is the least dumbest law in this entire list. Everyone knows you’re supposed to eat golden fried chicken with your bare hands. It’s a crime against nature if you don’t!
Sorry to disappoint.
“Buy one BEER for the price of TWO and receive a second BEER ABSOLUTELY FREE!!”
This one isn’t just dumb but it also has some questionable implications and undertones. Yikes.
Respect the dead or the dead won’t respect you.
Sounds like Columbus had one too many tricksters running around.
Kinda mad this law isn’t enforced more… Hello?! I can’t see the movie through your ugly top hat.
Fun Fact: congressmen are secret bird lovers. (not really, I just made that up)
Because….. well… who knows why? But you just can’t, okay?