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  1. What is the law that requires cabbage to be shredded and covered in a vinaigrette? Cole's Law
  2. I went to Coles to buy a cabbage but apparently it's a legal requirement to buy mayonnaise and carrots too. It's Coles Law.
  3. As a young man, I used to love my birthday parties , but now anytime my birthday candles are lit state law requires that a fire extinguisher be present.
  4. Thought of this in the car What do you call it when it's required by law to numerically organize everyone's yard?
    Lawn Order.
  5. There's a country where all cars are required by law to be rose-colored. It's a pink car nation.
  6. A country just passed a law requiring all cross-gender people to be sterilized. Many of the locals were left transfixed.
  7. A new law will require all wine to be aged 18 months before commercial sale Failure to follow new legislation will be referred to as Statutory Grape

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Cheerful Fun Law Requiring Jokes for Lovely Laughter

What funny jokes about law requiring you can tell and make people laugh? An example I can give is a clean law school jokes that will for sure put a smile on everyones mouth and help you make law requiring pranks.

A creationist told me that evolution must be wrong because it violates the second law of thermodynamics

His claim was that in order for simple organisms like bacteria to evolve into much more complex life like fish and mice and horses and gorillas and people, an enormous input of energy would be required, therefore it must be impossible.
I stayed up all night trying to think of something that would refute his claim, and then it dawned on me.

A new law

Two guys walk into a bar and order lunch. "What brings you guys in today?" the bartender asks. "I guess you haven't heard yet. The mayor passed a law yesterday to try to help out local restaurants during Covid-19. All adult males are required to go and eat lunch out with their best male friends at least once a week," one of the guys answers the bartender. "Well it's not a law really," the other guy corrects him. "It's more of a mandate."

Daughter asked me why she can't just quit school..

And I told her parents are required by the law to send kids to school and if they don't then they'll go to jail for breaking the law. My sweet child with a solemn look on her face looked me in the eye and said Mom I'll visit you.

A child s**... offender moves to my neighborhood.

Required by law to go door to door and state his case, he arrives on my doorstep to inform me.
Man: Although I am a man of God, I lost my way on two occasions. But you see, I asked God for forgiveness and I am assured that He will forgive me. I hope you can find it in your heart to do the same.
Me: Two occasions you say? So, are you saying God will forgive you for the same sin...twice?
Man: yes, I'm sure that at least your second strike will be forgiven if you ask forgiveness.
Me: We'll, I'm glad to hear that. Cause up until today, I only killed one child m**....

Doing what is right

While I was strolling around the harbor this morning about 11 am. I noticed a t**... who slipped from the bridge and fell into the water.
He was struggling to stay afloat because of all the explosives he was carrying. If he didn't get help he would surely drown.
Being a responsible citizen and abiding by the law of the land that require you to help those in distress, I notified the Police, Coastguard, Immigration office and even the Fire Department.
It is now 4 PM, the t**... has drowned and none of the authorities have responded.
I'm starting to think I wasted 4 stamps!
Edit-small typo.

Question from a Legal Ethics Law School Final Exam

A potential client comes into John's office and says he has been out of jail for 3 years and wants to check to make sure he is now officially off probation. John agrees to investigate. He tells the client it will cost him $100 if the matter can be handled with a simple phone call but he will have to bill by the hour if it requires any further investigation like writing a letter. The client agrees. He hands John a $100 bill and leaves the office. As John goes to put the money in a drawer he notices the client accidentally gave him two $100 bills stuck together.
Does John have to share the extra $100 with his partners?