NASHVILLE - Effective Wednesday, May 1, 2013, Tennessee cloggers will find a restriction placed on their beloved clogging.
According to Cutter Shiloh, a reporter with American Spotlight Magazine, the Tennessee State Senate has passed a law that will call for clogging to be deemed illegal after the hour of 7 p.m. seven days a week.
Shiloh said that he spoke to state Senator Upton B. Duckdiffus [D-Chattanooga] who informed him that the reason for the clogging restriction is due to the fact that lots of Tennessee citizens were complaining about the extreme noise generated from the wooden shoes.
He noted that he received many complaints from irate individuals who said that the clogging noise drowned out their television shows and in some cases it even interfered with stereo systems.
The esteemed senator from Chattanooga even revealed that one unnamed Knoxville couple emailed him and told him that the late night clogging noises were putting a damper on their nightly vo-di-oh-doe-ing, or as they call it in North Dakota, lap mingling.
SIDENOTE: Ethel May Tunditiggle, a spokesperson for The Volunteer State Cloggers Council, has stated that she plans on securing the legal services of Los Angeles attorney Ginger Allred and filing a $2.7 million embarrassment lawsuit against the state of Tennessee.