People Are Sharing The Things That Feel Illegal But Aren’t In The Slightest

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Vote up the best examples of things that feel illegal but aren't.

Raise your hand if you thought it was illegal to drive with the light on in the car? No need to be ashamed, plenty of other people thought so, too! We've rounded up the best examples we could find of things or instances that feel illegal but actually aren't. Check it out, and maybe you'll learn something new!


  • 1. Cable Will Always Get You

    From Redditor u/dnjprod:

    The way cable internet systems are divided into local monopolies disallowing any competition among cable providers.

    81 votes
  • 2. Yes, You Can Pass A Cop

    From Redditor u/shinyhappycat:

    Driving past a police car when they're under the speed limit, and you're doing the speed limit. Everyone slows down and tries to stay behind them, but the legal road limit is X - you can do X without getting in trouble!

    90 votes
  • 3. That's For Customers Only

    From Redditor u/Crankyoldhobo:

    Using a store's restroom without buying anything.

    96 votes
  • 4. Money Talks

    From Redditor u/VinnieB99:

    Sharing how much money you make with your coworkers. The only person that benefits from you not sharing it is the employer.

    44 votes
  • 5. People Willingly Do This Everyday

    From Redditor u/yitzin:

    Watching a video on your phone at full volume in a public place, I've done this a few times on accident and I wanted to crawl out of my skin and perish.

    69 votes
  • 6. Thank Your Parents For That One

    From Redditor u/DaisyLayz:

    Turning on the cabin lights while driving.

    80 votes