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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Texicaster, Mar 3, 2021.
Just completed the process for Texas domicile...so officially a Texan....again!
Haha! I need more Texas Pride jokes!
"Uncle Slayton's got his Texan pride
Back in the thickets with his Asian bride
He's got a Airstream trailer..... "
Congrats and welcome back!
Now, that lower picture is not correct. Texans see the United States as “Texas and It’s Forty-Nine Colonies”
A return you're pleased about, I'm sure.
This is very accurate.
I thought maybe you were going to tell us you had just sneezed three times in a row. Whenever I sneezed twice in the presence of my beloved Granny, she would invariably say "One more time and you'll be a Texan."
The fact that I am a born Texan seemed irrelevant to her; and in over forty years of knowing her, I could never get her to tell me what she meant.
In any case, welcome back!
Y’all remember the ”Naturalized Texan” bumper stickers?
A friend worked for a printer in Dallas and made up a few hundred “If you ain’t native you ain’t ****” stickers and we plastered them over all of the “Naturalized” stickers we could find.
I think it’s compulsory for a business to contain either “Texas” or “lone star” in their name, or include the silhouette of Texas in their logo to get a business license there.
I thought it was important to mention, "I'm a *X*th generation Texan, since 18XX."
I love Texas! I was only there once in July 66 and was it hot. And it was kinda a pita. There was this mean sob who lived in the same building as me, kept hounding me tryin to tell me what to do. Always yellin at me, even Told me what I could wear. He was always in a rotten mood to boot.
Thanks Sargent Guyer
I wasn’t born in Texas but I got here as fast as I could.
That's not Tinnitus, its a repetition of "Y'all come back ya hear"
I resided in DFW from very early 1987 to early 2002; 15 years.
It was OK then, actually a lot of fun.
Currently not so much; you have my condolences.
The last time I was in Austin for work some folks I know there were eager to take me to Terry Blacks for BBQ and then to go see a band (can't remember the name of the venue but would know it if I saw it). Supremely gracious and ready to show off their town like it was their job. Great trip.
For those of you in Atlanta or Dallas or Orange County or Seattle or Boston...
Every place has its own strengths, especially if it’s home.
But in 2 hours I can get in my car and make a left turn across all lanes any time I want. And when I do, when 6 lanes stop to let me do it, at least 3 hands other than my own raise out the window and none of ‘em have a straight middle finger.
Try that in rush hour any place else.
It’s still the friendliest big city.
And my wife just reminded me, I always thought I was a Texan. But I knew I was a Texan when I caught my 2 dogs playing tug of war with an armadillo! That’s a story.
There's an old joke:
"How can you tell if someone's from Texas?"
"Don't worry about it, they'll let you know."
If someone is a vegan atheist hipster from Texas that's into Crossfit though, which part of that will they tell about first without ever being prompted?