Monday, January 5, 2009

International Laws

In England, it's illegal to name your pet "Queen" or "Princess" without the Queen's permission.

In India, women - but not men - are allowed to marry goats.

In Canada, if a debt is higher than 25 cents, it's against the law for you to pay with pennies.

In Vancouver, British Columbia, the speed limit for tricycles is 10 miles per hour.

If you aren't a member of the royal family in Japan, it's illegal for you to own a maroon car.

In Equatorial Guinea, you can name your daughter anything you want - except Monica.

Makes sense: In London, England, it's illegal to operate a motor vehicle while sitting in the back seat.

In Athens, Greece, driving on public roads while "unbathed" or dressed poorly can cost you your drivers license.

- Uncle John's Biggest Ever Bathroom Reader