(Courtesy of Bizarre News. Comments by me are in parenthesis)
You may not pay for a fifty-cent item with only pennies.(Wish I knew this working at Toys R Us)
Citizens may not publicly remove bandages.
In British Columbia, it is illegal to kill a sasquatch.(Perhaps it’s the provincial animal?)
In New Brunswick, driving on the roads is not allowed.
In Montreal, you may not swear in French.(And when the law was made, there was a massive city-wide fine)
Also in Montreal, citizens may not relieve themselves or spit on the street. Punishable by a fine of over 100 Canadian dollars.(or 7.50 American)
In Beaconsfield, it is considered an offense to have more than two colors of paint on your house.(I wonder if anyone’s ever been charged in the midst of painting their house a different color)
In Toronto, you can’t drag a dead horse down Yonge St. on a
Sunday.(Damn, I’ll have to take the back streets, I guess)
The city of Guelph is classified as a no-pee zone.(Then shouldn’t it be “Guelh”?)