Here are some old (gone now, I hope) laws from here:
The harassing of Bigfoot, Sasquatch or other undiscovered subspecies is a felony punishable by a fine and/or imprisonment.
It is illegal to attach a vending machine to a utility pole without prior consent from the utility company.
No person may walk about in public if he or she has the common cold.
Destroying a beer cask or bottle of another is illegal.
It is illegal to entice girls away from the Maple Lane School for girls.
X-rays may not be used to fit shoes.
A law to reduce crime states: “It is mandatory for a motorist with criminal intentions to stop at the city limits and telephone the chief of police as he is entering the town.
It is illegal to paint polka dots on the American flag.
People may not buy a mattress on Sunday.
It is illegal to pretend that one’s parents are rich.
You are not allowed to breastfeed in public. (Repealed, 2001)
You cannot buy meat of any kind on Sunday.
I love this one:
When two trains come to a crossing, neither shall go until the other has passed.
You may not carry a concealed weapon that is over six feet in length.
Women who sit on men’s laps on buses or trains without placing a pillow between them face an automatic six-month jail term.
No one may set fire to another person’s property without prior permission.
It is illegal to carry a fishbowl or aquarium onto a bus because the sound of the water sloshing may disturb other passengers.
One may not spit on a bus.
And in Wilber Washington:
You may not ride an ugly horse.