What law would you write?

Zoe Samuel

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Do you ever have your phone out at dinner?

What do you drive?

What do you miss from the Good Old Days?

What movie would you watch?

Who's your dinner companion from hell?

Have you ever been unfairly called rude, and if so, why?

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What's the silliest recent fashion trend?

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Which weapon do you like?

Which form of discipline is most effective?

What minor cultural norm is most useful?

You see a neighbor's kid bullying another kid from your street. What do you do?

What's the best TV show genre?

What's your favorite form of transit?

What's your favorite greeting?

Which state would you live in?

Which state motto suits you?

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What's the most recent lie you told?

Which law have you broken?

Which window treatment do you like?

Which pet would you have?

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Your friend asks if her hideous outfit is flattering. What do you do?

Your neighbor says you're too loud. How do you respond?

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About This Quiz

The law is pretty comprehensive, covering big items such as stealing and killing. But what about the little ways that others use to make life unbearable for the rest of us: slow subway walking, phone-staring, talking in the library? Which of them would you like a law to tackle first?

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