Results for - Ban The G-String Bikini!
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1. A New Zealand mother who is fed up with seeing women in G-string bikinis at a local swimming spot where she often takes her kids has been ridiculed online for her 'prudish' views. Kayla Edwards reached out to her social media network to suggest a sign at the local swimming pool to ban 'inappropriate swimwear'. The mother-of-three said she and her family felt uncomfortable swimming there now because of a spike in women wearing barely-there bikinis, and that her husband 'hated' seeing it. Ms Edwards was hoping her post would garner support from other women who were sick of seeing the swimwear Do you think g-string bikinis and other "inappropriate" swimwear should be banned?
2. Last summer, a woman took to Twitter calling for "childless couples" and "immature millennials" who "need to be BANNED" from Disney World, because she feels they ruin the "family amusement park" (which, by the way is open to everyone) by wearing "slutty shorts" and buying a pretzel that her three-year-old son also wanted. The reaction, of course, wasn't very supportive, with most calling her the immature one. Do you think that she was serious, or just wanted to vent?
She was most likely serious
She just needed to vent
Don't know which it was, but her reaction was inappropriate
She seriously needs some help
She's absolutely right
3. Here are some of the ridiculous official bans and laws from around the world. Some are almost too ridiculous to be true, but they are, in fact, absolutely true. Which of these have you heard about?
In Switzerland you're not allowed to flush the toilet after 10 p.m. as it's considered noise pollution.
In Singapore gum and gum chewing is banned
The French town of Sarpourenx forbids people from dying within the city limits unless they'd already purchased a burial plot in the local cemetery.
Indonesia, Malaysia, and other Southeast Asian countries have laws banning the strong-smelling fruit durian from public places like buses, trains, and schools.
In Japan it is illegal to be obese. They set a maximum waistline limit of 85 cm (33.5 in) for men and 90 cm (35 in) for women.
On Eraclea, Italy's beaches, building sandcastles is illegal
In China, Buddhist monks are banned from reincarnating without the government's express permission.
Knew all of these
In Tuszyn, Poland, Winnie the Pooh is banned from all playgrounds, schools, and other areas where there are children
In Cambodia squirt guns are not allowed in the country thanks to a 2001 law banning all water weaponry
In La Paz, Bolivia, married women (but not men, of course or single women) are limited to one glass of wine so as to prevent any boozy extra-marital flirting.
4. But Canada and the U.S. are not exempt from stupid bans and laws. How many of these did you already know?
Residents of Blythe, California, have a law that prohibits anyone from wearing cowboy boots unless they own at least two head of cattle.
In British Columbia, it's illegal to kill Bigfoot— that is, if he exists and if you ever find him.
In Florida, it's illegal for a married woman to go skydiving on a Sunday. Breaking the law
In Huntington, West Virginia, according to city law, husbands are allowed to beat their wives — as long as they do it on a Sunday, in public.
Oklahoma residents are banned from some types of animal dress-up — specifically, they're not allowed to put the hind legs of farm animals in boots.
In Newfoundland, Canada, it is against the law to keep a cow in one's home like a house pet.
In Nevada sex toys of all kind are banned. Remember, this is the state where prostitution is legal.
If you live in Kanata, Ontario, it is illegal to paint your garage door purple.
On Main Street in Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, it is illegal for teens to have untied shoes, but presumably only on Main Street, and only teens.
All of them
01/22/2020 Trivia 2335 72 By: Harriet56