16 Things We All Do That Are Actually Banned in Some Parts of the US

4. California

16 Things We All Do That Are Actually Banned in Some Parts of the US

Seems like they really have a thing against high heels in Carmel, California. You can’t wear high heels there. If you still want to enjoy these kinds of shoes, you’ll need to get special permission. So listen up girls: you’d better think twice before deciding to stun citizens of Carmel with your high-heeled looks.

5. Connecticut

16 Things We All Do That Are Actually Banned in Some Parts of the US

If you want to show love for your wife and you live in Hartford, Connecticut, then you’d better do it any other day but on Sunday. There, it’s illegal to kiss your wife on this particular day. This law came from “The Blue Laws of Connecticut” which were harsh, puritanical rules created to regulate public morality.

6. New Mexico

16 Things We All Do That Are Actually Banned in Some Parts of the US

The whole idea of letting women do whatever they want with their hair is seemingly denied in Carrizozo, New Mexico. There, women can’t appear in public while unshaven. They don’t really specify what parts exactly should be shaven and what parts are allowed to be left alone.

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  1. Number 7 is false. They say plastic bags are banned when in reality they’re still very much available, but now you have to pay for them to bag your groceries . It is . 10¢ PER bag and there is no limit to how many you can buy

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