It’s no surprise that most of the things invented in Texas relate to food in some way, shape, or form, right? As Texans, we love our food, and we aren’t ashamed of that. But, there are still a few other interesting things about Texas in this list that you might not have known. Take a look at this list of fun Texas trivia involving some of the coolest things invented in The Lone Star State. All other states, please hold your applause until the end.
Wouldn’t it be a sad world without Dr. Pepper and fajitas? I think so. What other things invented in Texas can you list that should have been included? Make sure to shout them out in the comments section!
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Things Invented In Texas
August 26, 2021
What are the weirdest things about Texas?
Everyone loves some good old-fashioned Texas trivia, right? Especially if those fun facts about Texas involve the weird and wonderful. For instance, there is a list of weird illegal laws in Texas that most people don’t even know exists! While many of these weird laws are outdated and don’t apply to the world today, they are still in existence and some are downright laughable. For example, did you know that milking someone else’s cow in Texas is illegal? How about the fact that in Clarendon, it’s a crime to dust a public building with a feather duster?
What unique words and phrases do people in Texas say?
One of the most interesting things about Texas is the fact that Texans have created their very own language over the years. There are plenty of unique words and phrases that people in Texas use that the rest of the country might not. Having a unique lingo is what makes Texas such a fun place, whether you’re fixin’ to visit a family member’s house or you’re avoiding those skeeters come summertime. Check out this list of the 15 words and phrases only Texans will understand.
What are the best little-known facts about Texas?
Just when you think you know all of the Texas trivia there is to know, we throw a curveball. Some of the best little-known fun facts about Texas remain under the radar, which means, they don’t teach you these things in the classroom. For example, did you know that Texas boasts the nation’s largest population of whitetail deer? Or how about the fact that King Ranch outside of Corpus Christi is bigger than the entire state of Rhode Island? Did you know that our capital building is the largest in the country? Yep, even bigger than in Washington D.C.
Texas staff writer for Only in Your State, blogger for Power of Positivity, and freelance health, wellness, and travel writer. I spend any chance I get traveling, enjoying nature, trying out new recipes, and meditating. I love sharing smiles, good food, and great conversation :)