In most cases, people working at drive-thru windows at a fast food joint won’t let you walk-thru to pick up your burger – no matter how much they should appreciate the fact you didn’t drink and drive. But something’s different when you’re on a horse. We wonder if they had any apple slices for the handsome transportation.
You heard it right, pardner! When you mosey up to a drive-thru on horseback in Texas, you’re in for a real treat. Those fast-food folks can’t resist the charm of a four-legged customer! Who knows, maybe they’ve got a secret stash of carrot sticks just for these majestic steeds. It’s the Wild West meets the fast-food frenzy, and it’s downright delightful to witness. So, next time you’re hankerin’ for a burger, consider trotting through the drive-thru and watch the magic of Texas hospitality unfold!
Laughter and safety can coexist on Texas roads, and that's a recipe for smooth travels across the Lone Star State! You have to be able to read that pretty quickly if you were to catch the small print at the bottom, especially if you’re driving at 69. We guess you would think twice about that speed limit as usually they are rounded up to the nearest 5 or 10.
This is the type of sign that's funny for sure, but more than that, we're scared it poses a danger for anyone driving that road. We hope it'll be removed.
This picture could easily have been taken in Transilvania with all those bats around. But it was actually taken in Austin, Texas, where you can find the largest urban bat colony in the world. Everything really is bigger in Texas, and that applies to bat colonies as well, apparently. As the sun sets, prepare for a spectacle like no other – thousands upon thousands of bats gracefully taking to the skies in search of their evening meal.
It's like a mesmerizing ballet in the Texas twilight, and it's a sight that'll leave you in awe. This enormous one has even become a tourist attraction, showcasing its numerous Mexican free-tailed bats in and out of their house under the Congress Avenue Bridge.
In some areas of Texas, it can be extremely hot – and dry. So, you can imagine that people would be pretty stoked when it rained so hard that it left a giant mud pit to play in. This woman is testing the waters and using her stomach to break her fall.
Everyone takes turns jumping in and rolling around, and they look like they’re eager to get back in! But if it seems as though a lot of this woman’s family members have a concerned look on their faces, it’s because the mud looks a little red. And no one is trying to dive into a pool of blood.
Wedding à la Texas
Weddings are done big in the Lone Star State, too, and Becky and Junior weren’t going to be the exception. Texans love to play all sorts of wedding games – including the tradition of shooting plates that are tossed into the sky. It's called “skeet shooting,” and just like in the movies, family members launch ceramic plates into the sky while the groom (and bride, if she chooses) blow them into smithereens.
It's a new adrenaline rush thing that apparently has become common outside of Texas too. And think of it. At least they aren’t shooting at anything that’s alive, right? At least not during this ceremony.