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New Yorker Tells 4 Things She’s Shocked By Living In Texas!
'I will never get used to being called ma'am,' said no Texan EVER! However, these words were not spoken by a Texan, they actually came from a woman born and raised in New York who moved to Texas, and recently on TikTok (of course) she shared several culture shock moments she had upon moving here.
Are These 5 Reasons NOT To Move To Texas Valid In Your Opinion?
I could probably name 10 reasons off the top of my head why you should move to Texas. Having been born and raised here, I am obviously biased but I love it here. I wouldn't think there would be anything bad about living in our Lone Star state, but those not familiar with the second-largest state in the country might beg to differ. Including this guy. I came across his YouTube video where he lists
Texas Is The Most Haunted STATE In America But Which CITY In Texas Is #1?
I'm all for being #1 in almost anything. Let's be real, Texans are competitive, if you want to say we are #1 as far as the best food in the nation, I would wholeheartedly agree. Best dressed, best manners, best drivers, best hospitality, all things I would 100% say we should be known for, but I certainly did not see this one coming, nor am I happy about it.
What Is The Average Credit Score For Most Texans? Find Out How You Compare
If there was one thing I could go back and tell my 18-year-old self it would be, 'girl, don't mess up your credit or it will come back to bite you one day!' I'm sure many of us feel that way, but when every credit company starts throwing credit cards at your newly legal, naive self, what is a person to do? Charge, charge, charge away! I mean, who among us?
Where Do Texas Wealthy And Powerful Live? These 2 Cities!
I'm sure most of us have said at some point in our lives, 'When I win the lotto I'm buying a mansion. When I'm rich, I'm going to build my family a ginormous home!' Trust me, I get it but have you ever thought about the where? Where would you build your big, beautiful new home if you suddenly came into money? With a ton of money does it even matter?
5 Swimming Pools In West Texas To Visit For Some Summer Fun!
My entire childhood, during the summer, I spent many days wanting to swim. If any of my friends had a pool, you can bet I was blowing up their phone asking if I could go over and take a dip. If a friend or family member had a 'swimming party' for their birthday or just to celebrate the end of school, it was going to be a good summer...
5 Laws Every West Texan Should Know When Driving Through Work Zones!
Right now in the 432, we have work zones all over the place. This overpass is shut down for renovations, that road is being repaved, various city and county roads are currently under construction and what do we do? We adapt like the fine upstanding citizens that we are. I'm not going to lie it's not easy or fun sometimes because work zones make for longer commutes in the morning...
Culture Shock! 8 Things That Shock People After Moving To Texas!
I'm a Texas gal born and raised and proud of it. I've traveled all over the world and I've visited many states in the great U.S. OF A. but I've never lived anywhere but the West Texas area. However, over the years I've made plenty of new friends and had immediate family members move far away to other states. Said family members seem to have settled in beautifully in their new homes and state but u
3 Cities In Texas With The Most Unusual Names! I Guarantee You Have Never Heard Of Them
Here we thought we had it bad with cities close by called Pecos, which some folks incorrectly pronounce Pee-cos, or Waxahachie, TX, in which case you're better off trying to pronounce Worcestershire correctly. Unusual names of cities in Texas are not far-fetched. Part of my family once lived in Boerne. I dare you to attempt that one!
Texans Delete These 3 Apps If You Want Your Phone Battery To Last Longer!
There are 2 types of people in this world: those who like to live dangerously with their phone battery low and those who have anxiety when the phone battery gets below 80%. That would be me by the way, you will rarely catch me with my phone battery below 50%. If it does get below 50 it means I left my phone charger at home and I'm in serious need of some help. Get me a charger stat!