Dumb Laws in Colorado
One may not mutilate a rock in a state park.
It is illegal to ride a horse while under the influence.
Tags may be ripped off of pillows and mattresses.
Car dealers may not show cars on a Sunday.
It is illegal for liquor stores to sell food or grocery stores to sell any alcohol except beer that is at most 3.
No liquor may be sold on Sundays or election days. Repealed 2008: Colorado residents can now buy alcohol on Sundays
City Laws in Colorado
Persons may not urinate in public.
Throwing missles at cars is illegal.
Keeping a house where unmarried persons are allowed to have sex is prohibited.
To own a dog over three months of age, one must obtain a license.
Establishments which sell alcohol must have enough lighting to read text inside them.
Catapults may not be fired at buildings.
Couches may not be placed on outside porches.
It is legal to challenge a police officer, but only until he or she asks you to stop.
It is illegal to permit ones llama to graze on city property.
Boulders may not be rolled on city property.
It is permissable to wear a holstered six-gun within city limits, except on Sunday, Election Day, or holidays.
It is illegal to bring your horse or pack mule above the ground floor of any building.
It is illegal to mistreat rats in Denver, Colorado.
The dog catcher must notify dogs of impounding by posting, for three consecutive days, a notice on a tree in the city park and along a public road running through said park.