Even the most carefree and fun bar has its own set of rules for customers to follow, and the Taco Express in Austin, Texas is no different. If you want to dance until dawn, you better make sure that you’ve removed the spurs from your boots before hopping onto the tables to dance!
To be fair, those metal spurs can leave quite the mark on wood tables, especially after a few drinks. While the bar’s rules might seem strict, the good news is that they’re offering free drinks…tomorrow!
How to Have a Good Time 101
From picking the perfect outfit to finding the perfect venue, many of us go all out when it comes time to have a great and memorable night out. While those things are important, it turns out that hard liquor is the ultimate way to make sure your night is one you won’t soon forget.
Unfortunately, as many posters pointed out, you must be careful about how much of this magical elixir you drink. Everyone knows that after a certain point all those fun moments become foggy memories the next day!
Perfect Soup Weather
Though many people associate Texas with blazing hot sun and deserts, the Lone Star State also suffers from some brutal winters and even snow in certain areas. While not every Texan has a fireplace to warm up, most have their own Texan secret to keeping warm during the cooler months — an amazing chili soup recipe.
Almost every Texan has their own way of making this hearty stew, and we’re willing to bet that the restaurant behind this sign has their own signature chili that they're ready to serve up to chilly guests!
A Perfect World
When it comes time to naming places, people often look to various sources for inspiration. Some towns or cities are named after natural landmarks found in the area, some are named after people, and some are named after how many Texans see their home state — a utopia!
While many other Americans may not agree with the idea that Texas is this perfect and ideal place, some Texans certainly think that their state is a little slice of heaven. It turns out that the place got its name after its first choice, “Montana, Texas” was taken!
Even the least religious person is most likely familiar with the ten commandments. After all, most of our modern laws and society use those ancient laws as inspiration or guiding principles. While many of us are familiar with common commandments such as “Thou Shall Not Steal” we guess the ancient figures of the bible never had to deal with the parking situations in most cities!
This Texan parking lot took parking to the next (and biblical) level by erecting this hilarious sign to warn drivers of the ultimate sin — parking where they’re not supposed to!