Well I've gone through all the U.S. States once. How about I start from the beginning of the alphabet with some new laws, well not new but ones I haven't posted yet.
It is illegal to pretend to be a clergyman. Even for Halloween? but that's the best costume.
It is illegal to injure yourself in order to escape duty. That's a little vague. Jury duty? Military duty? Dog duty?
In Anchorage, it is illegal to carry an animal on the outside of a vehicle. But my moose looks so good strapped to the front of my car.
In Haines, it is illegal to carry a concealed slingshot unless properly licensed. Damn, that's how I killed the moose.
It is illegal to hunt camels. Are they just loose running around the desert?
It is illegal to manufacture or distribute any imitation controlled substance. They would rather you sell real cocaine and heroin.
In Little Rock it is illegal to honk your car's horn at any place where cold drinks or sandwiches are served after 9:00 p.m. WTF?!?!
In Little Rock, it is illegal to suddenly start or stop your car at any drive-in restaurant. I guess you have to throw your car in neutral and push it first.
In Chico, it is illegal to play baseball on any street, sidewalk, lane or alley. This is how stick ball was invented.
In Cathedral City it is illegal to sleep in any parked car. You can't tell me what to do Cathedral City.
In Alamosa it is illegal to urinate or defecate in public. This one actually makes sense, why is this one weird? Unless public restrooms are illegal too.
It is illegal to mutilate, deface, disfigure or injure any rocks, trees, shrubbery or wild flowers in a state park. How does one mutilate or disfigure a rock?