10 Strange International Laws

10 Strange International Laws

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If you’ve ever been on the internet, you
have probably seen someone pass around a list of “wacky laws” from various states in
the USA. These are usually laws that are still on the
books from decades or even centuries ago, were never constitutional, wouldn’t be held
up by any local judge worthy of their position, and were usually just passed by city councils
of small towns to make a point and throw their weight around. However, around the world many truly strange
laws have been passed that are either symbolically important, truly enforceable, or are judiciously
enforced in creatively interesting ways. In today’s article, we will go over the
top 10 strangest examples. 10. In The United States, There Are Some Exemptions
to Child Labor Laws On Farms In most developed countries, child labor has
been pretty much done away with and the world is all the better for it. However, in the United States of America,
a country that most would imagine got rid of that quite some time ago, there are a lot
of exceptions when it comes to farm labor. See, farmers in the United States often have
trouble getting enough people to work on their farms and get everything done, especially
at a wage that is affordable for the farmer. For this reason, having children work on farms
has been a thing for a very long time, and there are exceptions in the law to allow it. Essentially, as long as they are still getting
an education, whether by going to school or a state approved homeschool program, they
are allowed to be worked on a farm for no pay — even as a young child — without
any real restrictions on the hours (as long as they are working for their parents own
farm, regardless of how big or commercial a size it might seem). Furthermore, as wild as this may sound to
people from Europe, as long as you are just driving your tractor on the farm, you may
allow your kids to drive around in it without any age restrictions or training whatsoever. Of course, children die or get horribly maimed
due to this sort of nonsense every year, but the pressure from the farm lobbies has so
far stopped any laws with real teeth from going into effect to change things. 9. The Laws On Cruise Liners Are Complex, and
Different From How Many Imagine Legal jurisdiction can get extremely murky
when it comes to trying to prosecute a cruise liner, or anyone who did anything to you while
you were on one, but in general it is supposed to apply as follows: If you are within 12
miles of a country’s waters, you are subject to their laws and jurisdictions. End of story. If you are more than 12 miles out but less
than 24, you are not subject to their laws, but you have to allow them to board to look
for potential smuggling activity, regardless of your country of origin. After that, once you get to international
waters, you do still have to follow laws — the laws of whichever country your cruise ship
is officially registered in. That means if your cruise ship is registered
in the United States, you still have to obey the laws of the USA. This meant that from the 1950s to the 1990s,
no United States-based cruise liner allowed gambling aboard their ship. However, in 1991, after it was pointed out
to the proper regulatory authorities that there were only about three ships left that
were officially registered in the United States, they passed a competitiveness act that allows
US-based cruise liners to begin allowing people to gamble, in contravention of United States
law, once they actually reached international waters. It’s basically a huge exemption that has
been carved out so that the USA will not be entirely left out of the cruise ship game. 8. Diplomatic Immunity Has Led to a Plethora
of Unpaid Parking Tickets Worldwide Nobody likes parking tickets and, let’s
face it: if we could legally get away with it without any consequences, we would curl
the things up into a ball, throw them away, and move on with our lives without paying. Now, most of us simply don’t have the power
to do that. We can ball the thing up, but one way or another
the city is eventually going to come and somehow take their money from us. However, if you are a diplomat, you have diplomatic
immunity. Now, in movies like Lethal Weapon 2, we have
plots where diplomatic immunity is used in an attempt to get away with murder, but the
vast majority of diplomats abuse it in a much more banal way — they fulfill a fantasy
many of us have, by simply ignoring parking rules (or congestion fees) and doing what
they want anyway, as it doesn’t matter. When you have diplomatic immunity, no one
can force you in court to pay your tickets, and many from the United States have argued
the congestion fee that London has, for example, is just a tax on going in and out of the city
(tax being something diplomats don’t have to pay). The United States government shares this viewpoint. However, it isn’t just London, or even New
York for that matter, that suffers most from this, but Canberra and many other cities around
the world. If the city plays host to a lot of diplomats,
they often have backlogged debts for diplomat parking tickets ranging from the hundreds
of thousands to the millions. New York recently implemented a policy where
they simply wouldn’t re-register a diplomatic vehicle with too high a debt, and it helped
a little, but it has simply creeped back up over the years since. It seems when you give a government official
full diplomatic immunity, most just use it to toss aside all the petty bureaucracy that’s
part of the system they help maintain. 7. China Decrees They Must Approve Reincarnations,
In An Attempt to Control Tibetan Monks As you probably already know, China has, for
a long time, been trying to control the country of Tibet, and part of that involves trying
to squash the influence of the Tibetan monks. The entire situation is extremely political,
as a lot of religious sensibilities are involved, and if China came down too hard on the current
Dalai Lama, they could risk some kind of widespread riots, or even international involvement. However, that doesn’t mean they are just
sitting around with no strategy besides occupation and repression. See, the thing about the Dalai Lama is that
he is supposed to be a reincarnation of a previous Lama, and so on.The issue is that
the Tibetan monks generally get to choose their own successor, as it is supposed to
be their spiritual influence that is able to tell who is actually the next reincarnation. However, in the hopes of controlling the process,
China has actually decreed laws not allowing a Lama to reincarnate without going through
the Chinese government to approve it first — which means they basically get to hand-pick
their own Dalai Lama, which would give them ultimate control and influence over the Tibetan
people and anyone who still follows Tibetan Buddhism. However, the current Dalai Lama has already
fired back against this by stating the next Lama would likely be born in a free country,
and that one chosen out of China, by the Chinese government, could not be trusted as the proper
Dalai Lama. 6. In Russia You Can Be Fined Because of a Dirty
Car (Sort Of) Now, this isn’t exactly the law, as it’s
more of a law being misinterpreted by the police. However, in a country like Russia, arguing
with the police (or the local city council over your police’s corrupt behavior) is
not likely to get you much of anywhere. In Moscow, and other big cities in Russia,
drivers often simply stop driving for much of the winter as it gets too cold for many
older vehicles to operate, and then bring them back in the spring — sometimes without
washing them at all first. Now, the law — like in many countries — simply
states that a car is considered “dirty” as an actual offense if it’s dirty to the
point that the license plate is not visible. However, many police are using the law and
people’s ignorance of the details to fine anyone with an extremely filthy car, even
if the license plate can be seen just fine. The first time city authorities started doing
this back in 2006 after a harsh winter, they declared it was “clean car month” and
went on a rampage of fines. While it may not have necessarily been legal,
the city clearly wanted to do something to encourage people to clean up, and didn’t
want to have to amend the old law to do it… so they just sort of bent it a bit. 5. In China, You Must Have Social Visits With
Your Elderly Parents China has a lot of elderly citizens. When counted in 2014, their percentage of
elderly citizens was at 9%, which is higher than many countries, such as India, which
was only at 5% when the same estimate was made. It’s also one of the fastest growing elderly
populations in the world, with experts expecting their elderly population to roughly double
by the year of 2030. For this reason, elderly people who are lonely
or not particularly well cared for are becoming an increasingly serious problem. Elderly people have already even been occasionally
suing their children for not visiting them enough, or taking care of them, but a law
passed in 2013 in China helps give the elderly more teeth with which to sue their children. The law states that children should make an
effort to regularly visit their elderly parents; however, it isn’t really clear on how often
that should be. The law is difficult to enforce because of
the ambiguity, but the lawmakers have said that it wasn’t necessarily meant to be a
fully functional law, but more of a way to raise awareness of the issue, and make it
easier for parents to sue and get the court to order some kind of visitation schedule,
if they are being truly neglected when they need physical or emotional care. We feel like it’s important to emphasize
that last part, because obviously, this isn’t just your nagging mom wondering why you don’t
stop by for dinner more often. Some Chinese people are worried about the
law mainly because of the ambiguity, and also because oftentimes well intentioned children
don’t always have the means, or even the time off work, to visit. The law doesn’t really fix anything, but
it does serve to highlight the growing demographic problem in China and the tension between the
young and the old. 4. In Much Of The Caribbean, Camouflage Clothing
Is Illegal In the United States, it’s actually fairly
common to wear camo pattern clothes, so much so that people make jokes about whether they
can “actually see you there” because of your ability to “blend in.” While it isn’t exactly considered a high
fashion choice, it’s certainly not something the authorities would ever worry about in
most countries, and people would just assume you have an affinity for military-style garb
and/or enjoy hunting. However, in many Caribbean countries such
as Barbados, Jamaica, St. Vincent and St. Lucia, several African countries, and even
Saudi Arabia, wearing of camouflage patterned clothes is banned, unless you want to be fined
or potentially jailed. The issue is that they don’t want any civilians
being mixed up with members of the military, as most of the countries with these laws have
at least one uniform with a camouflage pattern. When you think of it that way, the law actually
makes perfect sense… although it’s unlikely someone wearing say, a pair of camo shorts
and a beach shirt, is going to be confused for active duty military of any kind. 3. The Town of Tuszyn, Poland Banned Winnie the
Pooh From Their Playground While it wasn’t exactly a law, the town
of Tuszyn, Poland made international news for a strange decision they made in 2014. They had been trying to decide a new mascot
for the town playground, and were going over innocent and wholesome cartoon characters
they could use that would be fun for the children. One of the names that came up was Winnie the
Pooh, and at first you would think this was a suggestion that would pick up some steam;
it doesn’t get much more innocent, fun, and generally banal than Winnie the Pooh. He is, in fact, a character that most people
would imagine would be impossible to be offended by… unless he is already associated negatively
with your dear leader, as he is in China. However, someone recorded the town council
meeting where it was discussed, and leaked the audio to the Croatian Times, who made
fun of the proceedings and their inherent silliness. Apparently, the idea was shot down and Pooh
was banned as the potential mascot mainly because he wasn’t wearing any clothes on
his bottom half, and was actually “half-naked.” Now, some would imagine you would argue that
he isn’t immodest because he has no genitals, and is just a cartoon. Oh, and also, a bear. Last time we checked, it’s more unusual
for bears to be wearing red shirts than it is for them to be without pants. Unfortunately, that did come up during the
debate, and some council members suggested that it made Pooh some kind of hermaphrodite,
or someone with some kind of other gender identity disorder, and that it therefore made
him even more inappropriate for children. We wonder what the city council of Tuszyn,
Poland, thinks of Donald Duck. 2. Japan Is Policing Obesity, But They Haven’t
Made It Illegal As Some People Think In 2008, Japan passed a “Metabo Law” that
left a lot of people scratching their heads and adding yet another one to the “weird
Japan” file. The rumor claimed that the law literally made
it illegal to be fat, and that if you were fat enough, the government could fine or even
imprison you. However, while a Metabo Law was passed, it
was not at all what many in the Western World thought it was. The way the law works is that if you are in
between the ages of 45 and 74, and you have a waistline of 35.4 inches or more for a man,
or 31.5 inches or more for a woman, then you have to have it measured every year and seek
proper medical advice from a doctor on how to shrink your waistline and improve your
health. The law does not make it illegal or even attach
fines to having extra weight; it just ensures that you get the medical attention you need
if you go beyond what Japanese legislators have considered the line for an early intervention
against dangerous levels of weight gain. 1. Turkmenbashi Was A Mad Ruler Of Turkmenistan… But They Aren’t Much Better Off Without
Him If you have ever seen the TV show Archer,
you may be familiar with an episode where they visit Turkmenistan and learn that it
has an insane leader named Gorbagun Gorbanguly, who has changed the words for both bread and
Friday to his dog’s name: Gurpgork. Now, while this isn’t at all true, it is
based on some true life events. Turkmenistan’s current leader’s name is
Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, and the previous leader of the country, a man named Saparmurat
Niyazov — also known as Turkmenbashi — was pretty much the undisputed dictator from 1990
until 2006. During that time he was known for being a
power-mad eccentric who not only ruled with an iron fist, but made utterly insane proclamations. He created a national melon day, after the
country’s chief export, and also a national day for horses. People used to wear gold fillings in their
teeth as a mark of status, but Turkmenbashi felt they were not a good thing, and soon
people were tearing them out of their mouths, spending their money on expensive dental work. He banned circuses and ballet because they
were “unnecessary.” He also banned beards because he didn’t
trust followers of Islam. On top of that, he changed the name of January
to his name, and April to his mother’s name. When he died and the new dictator for life
took over, he did do away with a lot of the more eccentric laws, but it still continues
to be an incredibly poor country where ethnic Muslims are distrusted, and the vast majority
of the country’s oil riches are going to the elites who run it all, or just sitting
in the ground not being used due to poor infrastructure and mismanagement.

100 thoughts on “10 Strange International Laws

  • V. Sandrone Post author

    In some places it is legal to openly carry loaded firearms.

  • Make Racists Afraid Again Post author

    Kids can work on farms because it's such a safe environment for children.

  • Make Racists Afraid Again Post author

    Can you make a video about diplomats who don't break laws?
    They should get some praise.

  • Fvck Google Post author

    7:25 Why not just euthanize the elderly? Then the % of elderly will be close to 0. At that point they've mostly outlived their usefulness anyway. Just put up centers in every province and major city similar to the voluntary assisted suicide one in Switzerland. A bit cheaper than making children responsible that don't want to be and far cheaper than the USA's Social Security (that will be so poor in a generation or 2 they will be better off dead anyway unless they want to live on cat and dog food on the street). As far as that silly law, what's the point if the children don't want to be there of their own accord? "Hi mom, I hate you but I'm still here just so you can't legally sue me. Ok, I gotta go, I'll see you next month".

  • Rainia Ananda Post author

    More weird stuff about Turkmenistan please!!

  • Nick Mauldin Post author

    If remember right it’s still legal in my home town (Birmingham AL [USA]) to drive the wrong way on a one way street…as long as you have a lantern on your hood.

  • Uri Gressel Post author

    Do Sumo wrasslerz get a pass on that waistline scrutiny?

  • Nick Mauldin Post author

    Oh yeah. In some US states if you put salt on a train track, you could be sentenced…TO DEATH!!!!

  • shaun wood Post author

    Everything will be illegal if liberal leftys get there way….

  • Jessie Neal Post author

    Well, I understand the need for child labor laws, but I don't see a way out of children working on their own family's farm or ranch.
    I learned to drive my grandfather's tractor before I graduated to a standard, full (8 foot bed) sized pick up. I failed the parallel parking. Farm kids learn to drive early, like when they can reach the pedals. That's the way it used to be.

  • Lech Robakiewicz Post author

    It would be a proper thing to mention that in GDR there was a serious project of law punishing fat people as parasites.

  • Ken Shores Post author

    Strange but interesting.

  • utbdoug Post author

    Ah, bishlamek gurpgork!

  • Martin Baxter Post author

    #3 – 'Oh, bother.'

  • JoAnn Ivaldi Post author

    It's sad that so many elderly people are being left alone for long periods of time, but this world has become a corporate machine where the bottom line comes before family in most cases. It's torturous for the child of elderly parents to know mom and dad need you but you just can't get there because of other obligations.

  • cody collins Post author

    Wait Turkmenistan is a real country

  • Quinten Whyte Post author

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  • Ben Watts Post author

    I made the mistake of flying into Trinnidad wearing camouflage cargo pants!!!

  • Time Bandit Post author

    Yeah well what if they were shyt parents?

  • Chase Skalon Post author

    I live in a rural area in the Midwestern US and it is a norm for kids to work on the family farm. It's not like they are mistreated and forced to work in unbearable conditions…they usually are under their parents supervision and are still allowed to do normal kid things, they just help out during harvest or during "chores" (feeding the animals). Basically it's more along the lines of kids spending time with Dad or Mom while they work….

  • Chase Skalon Post author

    I live in a rural area in the Midwestern US and it is a norm for kids to work on the family farm. It's not like they are mistreated and forced to work in unbearable conditions…they usually are under their parents supervision and are still allowed to do normal kid things, they just help out during harvest or during "chores" (feeding the animals). Basically it's more along the lines of kids spending time with Dad or Mom while they work….or kid taking care of their own animal for club or own spending money. I worked on the farm as a kid and I never looked at it as child labor. 😎

  • Here's Johnny Post author

    even small towns have some pretty messed up laws, usually left over from 100s of years ago. pretty cool though great video

  • paul crowley Post author

    Wow a law to make people visit there parents happy i don't live in a communist society

  • carving world Post author

    You should do a video about strange British laws. I remember a Scottish man asking for trial by combat. I'm sure we still have many more out dated laws.

  • Wyn Abroad Post author

    When I was in the British army in Germany, I got sooooo many tickets around Europe and UK. Even got flashed for speeding in Germany/UK. Never saw one haha

  • Shaina Post author

    Camo is illegal in Antigua too! Sometimes they’ll strip you down the middle of town if they know you’ve been warned before.

  • Robert Schlesinger Post author

    Interesting video containing some absurd and insane laws.

  • swimingbird88 Post author

    Should have been titled list of countries i will never visit….. damn it Jamaica u i will regret the most

  • JanusAtTheGate Post author

    Since when do states care about home schooling?

  • JanusAtTheGate Post author

    So no more Sumos in Japan?

  • Michael Rehe Post author

    One of my favorite weird laws is that in Alaska it is illegal to push a moose out of a plane

  • funkmasterjee Post author

    You are a natural presenter. You should be on TV

  • inglesao.com Post author

    interesting

  • Carson Wells Post author

    10.50 Tell us more and elaborate further on Gender Identity Disorders.

  • constipated in sin city Post author

    12 1/2 year olds living on a farm can get drivers licenses. At least 20 years ago I think majority farming communities still allow it.

  • constipated in sin city Post author

    Diplomatic Bastards!

  • constipated in sin city Post author

    Shaolin Monks!

  • constipated in sin city Post author

    There was an 8 years old Dalai Lama from Washington State I think his name is Shaun. But he recently left monastery and returned home to his mother last year I think!

  • Peter H Post author

    I like how you talk about Canberra and don't even have Australia on the map

  • constipated in sin city Post author

    #5 That's a horrible shame that people don't respect their parents grandparents or elders. They'll rue the day's

  • constipated in sin city Post author

    Plus Winnie has Jaundice!

  • Kanji Tsuki Post author

    Banned winnie the pooh because dont have pants ? Wtf!!! Hahaha…!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • Lori Mcdaniel Post author

    i usually love your videos (and Simon!) but too many commercials in this one, so … bye.

  • Souchirouu Post author

    That waste line law from Japan would work wonders in many countries.
    Many if not most cases of being overweight isn't just because overeating it's often caused by stress, depression or other mental health conditions. Getting proper support for this is important and can be life changing.

  • Travis Gamble Post author

    Yup. I lived in Barbados for quite awhile when I was young and had brought down a pair of camo pants. I got a stern talking to about that. They were rather serious. I hadn't known. I changed my pants and carried on.

  • Troow Post author

    In Denmark there is a old law, that allow the Danes to hit the Swedes with a stick if they cross Oresund when frozen to make them go back to Sweden. The waters between Zealand ( Elsinore) and South of Sweden (Helsingborg) can be land fast in cold winters.

  • dannydaw59 Post author

    Can Diplomats legally park in front of fire hydrants and not have their vehicle towed?

  • J C Post author

    Some laws were ment to be broken….

  • Robin Donnelly Post author

    The Winnie The Pooh law was ridiculously hilarious as you rightfully displayed it to be in true Simon sarcastic fashion. Ah, I just love you Simon.

  • BLOODY981 Post author

    I've never got a driving ticket in my life cos I don't drive I just catch the bus and tbh I save so much money as well.

  • Hypatia Ravenclaw Sklodowska Post author

    I have watched Simon go through a video with a straight face on most bizzare and gruesome stuff, yet here he loses it on Wini the poo πŸ˜‚Why?

  • Hypatia Ravenclaw Sklodowska Post author

    I have watched Simon go through a video with a straight face on most bizzare and gruesome stuff, yet here he loses it on Wini the poo πŸ˜‚Why?

  • Hypatia Ravenclaw Sklodowska Post author

    I have watched Simon go through a video with a straight face on most bizzare and gruesome stuff, yet here he loses it on Wini the poo πŸ˜‚Why?

  • Brandon McGowan Post author

    In the USA the rules and regulations to build and sell ice makers is over 50 pages.

  • John smith Post author

    2:37 there are no cruise ships registered with an An American Flag.

  • defy expectation Post author

    The first topic on child labor is intentionally misleading for political reasons and leaves out detail and fact. First off you do you paid I started working on farms at 14 which was 12 years ago and I was getting paid 8.50 an hour which is more than current day minimum wage when I was 16 I got a farm job paying 10 dollars an hour. Second of all they phrased it trying to act like children are slaving away unpaid this is false most unpaid children are working on their family farm that cannot afford to hire workers and their pay is that helping thier parents means the power gets to stay on a roof stays over their head and they get to eat and they learn valuable job skills for free. They are not slaves they are helping their family it's a way of life going back centuries it just found foreign to city people who grew up with zero responsibly and just got taken care of. Also they tried to make it sound like kids are dying a lot doing it only 80-100 youth meaning under the age of 18 died on farms every year statistically across all of America and it's over 300 million people thas minor and the stat is not even work specific it's death on a farm for any reason not nessisarly work. They also tried to make it sound like there is no hour restrictions so they can make kids work endlessly but there is a reason for this farms have crunch time such as planting and harvest time when it's time to plant or harvest it's all hands on deck because it has to get done and in a timely fashion or when the live stock are birthing and you might be out assisting all day but it has to be done and this is only in small windows of time through the year

  • Johnny B. Goode Post author

    some of those laws made me go "WTF". thanks for the awesome vid guys.

  • Isaiah A Post author

    I agree with the clean car law. At the very least if you own a nicer or newer car, it almost feels like a slap in the face to those who can’t afford one when it is dirty. Be grateful you can own one of those vehicles.

  • Jason boyle Post author

    I’m never surprised at all when a sentence starts of with β€œin the United States”

  • MrDEAFBLINDDUMB Post author

    My parents are extreme Christian fundamentalists. Glad I never have to see them.

  • China Expat Post author

    Diplomatic immunity parking tickets??? This vid sucked

  • MCDamavandi Post author

    Why isn't the neon WS sign on?

  • Christopher Burke Post author

    Queensland Australia : Rabbits are banned ($40k fine) unless you are a magician.

  • David Kennedy Post author

    Japan's anti fatty law has its heart in the right place but targeting those between the ages of 45-74 doesnt make much sense. Surely the idea is to target younger people that can actually make a healthy change to their lives. Get um young and teach them healthy living before it's to late. By your mid forties, plenty of damage has already been done with internal organ damage etc. A lot of this cant be reversed by this late age.

  • tstryker03 Post author

    You can get a Farm Permit Drivers license in Kansas at the age of 14. This allows you to drive any where you like, any time and by your self as long as you are doing farm work. I had one and didn't even have a farm but had a friend with one and I woukd just throw a small bale of hay in the back incase I got pulled over.

  • Christian kathryn Grimes Post author

    i have liver issues waist measurements change constantly

  • John Horsburgh Post author

    Gender identity disorder that had me buckled 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

  • tstryker03 Post author

    My brother wears a 36-38 pant size and is about 6'3" and 185lbs he is by no means overweight or even fat he just has a big waste. I can't imagen the American government having that much control over the people, it's bad enough as it is without them telling you what you can and can't eat.

  • DukeSpook'Em Post author

    TYT, the bastion for logical, level headed unbiased news in the USA

  • Derek Palo Post author

    Simon, what is this world coming too. Its sjw this or transgender that. When I grew up there was none of that. To take whinne the pooh out a kids park because he has no pants on ?! Who even brought that up ? This world is going indane

  • directfunebru Post author

    The EU is looking at the US like "you people are crazy".

  • Patrick Wentzell Post author

    well I declar it's not fair and I'll protest against any system that I feel is not necessary or is wrong because I'm not afraid to speak out about things when I was a young boy I felt that no matter what I just couldn't talk about things ony mind so for long periods of time I did not talk about a lot of things it got frustrating but now a days I'm sending messages that will reach others and letting others know how I feel about certain things sure others will agree those trying to take our freedom away are not going to get away with it

  • Rick 1776-1970 Post author

    Your nonsense .

  • Yooo Post author

    Driving tractor without license? Yes? It’s private property, you can fly spaceship if you like, as long as you’re in your property

  • Colin McKinnon Post author

    In Ottawa, we have a lot of diplomats who don’t pay tickets. I say put the yellow boot on their car. That’s not technically breaching the immunity, as it would be the vehicle that would have the fines against it. Not the diplomat.

  • Adam Arsenault Post author

    Also biting your landlord, I guess people got hungry

  • PuncherOfAbs Post author

    How dose the fat law in Japan apply to sumo wrestlers

  • Jennifer Post author

    I've always lived near military bases. For the most part, you cannot tell someone in the military from a civilian. It's definitely possible and probable to confuse the two.

  • MissCityOfWestminster 2016-17 GALAXY Post author

    Slamming Russia was just irrelevant

  • Katey Kat Post author

    I just love your laugh.

  • Amber Annette Post author

    I grew up on farmland. I was in the β€œcity” part with 10000 people. I knew mostly other kids that lived in farms. One kids almost lost his arm on farm equipment. Another now has terrible back problems in his mid twenties. It’s sad. I understand families need all the he help they can get. It’s such a difficult job.

  • CDO Post author

    Another one I find insane is the law in Singapore that makes it illegal to walk around your own flat/apartment/house naked. Uzbekistan has some strange laws as well, such as the fact that you're not allowed to own a motorbike, because the president doesn't like them.

  • Watchmaker One Post author

    In NT Australia you can legally drink alcohol while driving. But you have to stay under the 0.05 limit. Also, trying to explain this to a cop who did their training out of state is problematic

  • ML butler Post author

    Donald Duck was banned in Finland until the early 80's for the same reason …..;-)

  • Kuro Azrem Post author

    The new president of Turkmenistan banned tobacco (I actually love him for that).

  • DangerousKittenFangs Post author

    Banal–I do not think this means what you think it means

  • Aaron Burr Atwood. Post author

    Can we all please STOP calling the years of the 21st century 2000 & whatever the year is? In the twentieth century we didn’t say 1900 & whatever. example; 1993 is NOT 1900 & 93 so 2018 is NOT 2000 & 18.
    It’s 19-93 so obviously
    It’s 20-18.

  • Steve V Post author

    Number ten isn't crazy at all. It's called teaching your kids a work ethic

  • David Post author

    Family run operations should be allowed to let their children work. That's not crazy. Sure, they need to teach them to be safe while doing it, but I'm guessing the writers of this video would gladly ban it altogether because they don't understand how family farms operate.

  • CHIGGS 58TH Post author

    LOL! I just knew that "Diplomatic immunity." clip was going to make an appearance.

  • noodengr3 three Post author

    My car is always dirty but that is because the road is gravel. Glad I don't live in Russia

  • TheHellbillyx Post author

    kids on farms are shown at a young age how to be safe with what they do

  • datuputi777 Post author

    There was no need to put fine or a sentence line to a law if it's execution or life.
    Japan has 99.9% prosecution rate they have no need to update fines and etc it's always execution covered with the cover of mass suicide/suicide.

  • Jon Knapp Post author

    Winnie the pooh is a girl. you kept saying he. winnie=girl. vinnie=boy

  • Nyikili Post author

    in Trinidad and Tobago it is illegal to wear camo or have anything camo it is dumb to an extent not just for mistaking for military but crimes were committed by people in camo

  • Heather Seliga Post author

    The TRump Bashing ads are VERY Offensive.

  • Aj C Post author

    Surely Japan uses the metric system.

  • Kaiser Wilhelm Post author

    Props for the TYT clip! I saw that video! Love them.

  • Petra44YT Nein! Post author

    Those stupid diplomats not only ignore "parking tickets". One, he was from Saudi Arabia, just ran over a cyclist in Berlin, killing him. Because he could! And he cannot be prosecuted!
    -> END DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY!!!!

  • hazard1024 Post author

    Chiner

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