People have talked about things that SHOULD be illegal that aren't . . . but what about things that FEEL strangely "illegal" or wrong, even though they are just normal, everyday things?
There's a thread online where people are suggesting this stuff . . . and you may relate. Here are a few highlights:
1. "Walking through a store and leaving without buying anything. I always imagine I'm about to be tackled on the way out."
2. "Walking into a restaurant, changing your mind, and walking back out."
3. "Owning a flamethrower."
4. "Passing a police car on the highway, even if you're going the speed limit." And another person said, "Being around a cop in general."
5. "Breaking up banana bunches at the grocery store to get the exact number of bananas you want."
6. "Holding eye contact with a stranger."
7. "Making a cup of coffee inside . . . putting it in a ceramic mug . . . and walking around outside drinking from it. It's not a travel mug, there's no lid. It FELT illegal for some reason."
8. "Telling your barber that you don't like the haircut."
9. "Pulling out a notepad and taking notes about various aspects of a store, or merchandise. That usually attracts a staff person who asks if I need assistance."
10. "Putting my phone in my pocket when I'm at the store . . . or opening my backpack in the store to drink from my own water bottle."