It’s no secret that many Texans would consider themselves to be religious. In fact, Texas is home to some of the biggest and most famous churches and religious figures. Many people frequently attend church services every Sunday.
This sign reminds churchgoers that this house of worship can provide an important wealth of information to worshippers of all ages — something that many religious people would agree with. Even for those who are not religious, it’s nice to know that there are some activities in which the whole family can take part.
When most people think about Texas they typically think of cowboys and wide-open spaces. But behind that traditional image is a surprisingly hip and progressive city — Austin. Austin is known as a hipster's paradise with countless food trucks, funky wall murals, and tons of ironic beard-sporting and tattooed residents.
Austin’s hipster reputation has not only inspired tons of young Texans to flock to the state’s capital city but has also led to the common phrase “keep Austin weird”. Basically, keep Austin unlike most typical Texan cities. In this Texan city, being weird has never been cooler!
Rules Were Meant to Be Broken
While we would never support someone intentionally breaking the law, we have to admit — this picture is pretty funny. Apparently, this graffiti “artist” doesn’t think that these rules apply to them. Or maybe they just think that rules are meant to be broken.
Unfortunately, it seems like the rules of the state aren’t the only rules they want to ignore. It seems that our artistic friend needs to learn the rules regarding basic sentence structure because the word “not” should have followed the printed word “is”.
Where What Is?
When most of us are driving around lost in a new place, the last thing most of us would want to see is a bunch of nonsensical and strange fake road signs. Unfortunately for visitors to Amarillo, Texas, kooky signs are one of the most common sights to see.
Signs saying things like “Road Does Not End” and “I’m Alive” line the streets of this Texan town thanks to an eccentric artist named Stanley Marsh 3. These signs, just one of Stanley’s bizarre public art installations, have been confusing drivers for decades!
You’ve Been Warned!
In recent years, there has been an increase in people moving to Texas from other parts of the country. Whether it's for political or financial reasons, more and more are choosing to relocate to the Lone Star State.
While many of these newcomers are still getting used to the word “y’all” and Texas-sized portions, there’s another part of living in this state that many are shocked to experience — the weather. Thankfully, this sign was kind enough to warn these recent transplants that no matter how hot they feel now, there’s more to come!