Things are good in Texas. You can just carry a big honking gun wherever you want. You can just be driving down the street with this big machine on your back, and people will hardly give you a second glance. Unless they’re from one of those northern states, that is.
Now, realistically, there are a lot of dangerous animals in Texas that could actually hurt somebody. We have personally witnessed a good old boy shoot a diamondback (which are quite dangerous) that was getting too close with a rifle as if it was an everyday occurrence.
Grabbing Some Cowboy Grub
Everybody needs to grab a bite to eat, even if they spend most of their time out on the range. It looks more likely that those broaches are about to pull out some sidearms and stick up the store, but they look a little too official for such a thing – just look at those crisp white shirts and white hats. Perfect for spending a lot of time in the hot sun.
We wonder if there's anything that this cowboy-friendly drive-through can offer their rides. Do horses like ice cream? They're herbivores, so probably not...but they drink milk, right? Maybe they wouldn't mind it.
A Pizza Big Enough for Everyone
Texas might not be the biggest state (Alaska holds that record) but it's still the second biggest and the people who live there love to talk about the size. It's not hard to make a pizza the shape of your state, but one in the shape of Texas is big enough to feed a family of four and even have leftovers.
Looks like a pretty classy pie, too – you've got the classic pepperoni, some greens (peppers? It's a little difficult to make out), a nice bit of white cheese, and a cracker crust that looks done to perfection. Invite us next time, we'll bring cookies.
Is Dr. Pepper Okay?
For most of the country – indeed, most of the world – when it comes to cola, there are two options tops. Not so in Texas. It's the land of the true king of the cola crown, the delicious Dr. Pepper. If you walk into a Texas restaurant, there's a good chance that you won't be able to find Coke (head east to get some) or Pepsi (head...north? West? Somewhere else), but you're sure to get the good doctor.
It's because Dr. Pepper comes from Texas. Yes, Dr. Pepper is fine. From the sparkling cities to the vast prairies, Dr. Pepper is a constant companion, a refreshing reminder of the true spirit of Texas!
Texas gets a lot of guff for being very...full of itself. The people love to talk about how they’re from Texas. It's like a Texan tradition – they love to holler from the rooftops that they are from the great State. And this truck? Well, it's like a mobile billboard of Texan enthusiasm!
Not only is there a pair of false steer heads on top, but the front has a huge set of longhorns, too. And then there's the lion, which is...holding something in its mouth that you don't usually see there. Sure, other states might have some of that pride, but not like this.