Each state has its own quirky laws, but North Carolina has some downright weird ones. Obviously, pretty much all of the following 20 weird laws in North Carolina are no longer enforced, but they’re still technically laws. And some of them will really surprise you.

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Basically, don’t rollerblade to a six-hour bingo game and call your horse Uber to take you home. As long as you keep all these silly laws in North Carolina in mind, you should get along just fine in our lovely state. Interested in some more Tar Heel State quirkiness? Hit the road, and visit some of our towns with the wackiest names! (I’d start at Lizard Lick, personally).

Which of these weird laws in North Carolina surprised you most, or maybe gave you a good laugh? Please let us know in the comments below. Then take a peek at these 11 hilarious memes you’ll only get if you’re from North Carolina.

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What are five strange things you'll find in North Carolina?

There are several strange things you'll encounter while in North Carolina. From one-of-a-kind parks to quirky statues, the list is endless. Listed below are five strange things you'll find in North Carolina.

1. METALmorphosis

Located in Charlotte, North Carolina within the Whitehall Technology Park is METALmorphosis, a massive mirrored head sculpture that was designed by artist David Cerny. People have been known to drive many miles to see this amazing piece of art.

2. Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park

Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park is a unique, two-acre park in downtown Wilson, North Carolina. It features 30 of Mr. Simpson's whirligigs. Also at the park is an amphitheater where visitors can watch movies and live entertainment. Admission is free.

3. World's Largest Frying Pan

The "World's Largest Frying Pan" is a popular tourist attraction that's located in Rose Hill, North Carolina. Measuring 15 feet in diameter and weighing two tons, it can hold approximately 200 gallons of oil.

4. The Collettsville Cup House

Located in Collettsville, North Carolina is "The Collettsville Cup House." This tourist stop is a home that's been completely covered in more than 20,000 coffee mugs. Visitors are able to leave a mug of their own if they can find a spot.

5. World's Largest Chest of Drawers

High Point, North Carolina is the "Furniture Capital of the World," so it only makes sense for the town to have the "World's Largest Chest of Drawers" on display. This massive piece of furniture stands more than 30 feet tall and will definitely have you do a double take.

What are five fun facts about North Carolina?

You might think you know all there is to know about North Carolina. However, there might be a few fun facts about North Carolina that just may surprise you, including the five listed below. Were you already aware of these facts?

1. Cape Hatteras, the tallest lighthouse in the United States, is located on Hatteras Island in North Carolina. It stands at 210 feet tall.

2. In 1903, at Kill Devil Falls, the Wright Brothers made their first successful powered flight.

3. The Biltmore Estate, which is located in Asheville, North Carolina, is the largest private residence in the United States. It boasts more than 250 rooms and is one of North Carolina's top tourist attractions.

4. The sweet potato is North Carolina's state vegetable, and for more than four decades, the state has produced more sweet potatoes than any other state in the country.

5. On May 20, 1775, the first state to declare independence from England was North Carolina.