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    • Unlike england, where any drive over a half hour is a day trip apparently
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    • This used to say Kansas
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    • That’s literally any state not just Texas you aren’t special
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    • as a Texan I can confirm
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    • As a Texan, I can confirm that this is accurate.
      Kitty1636 11 aug
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    • Yeah this is just the Midwest in general
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    • I feel like this applies to the US in general
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    • As a Texan I can confirm
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    • "It's the same in (insert any fucking state except Rhode Island)"
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    • This is actually "anywhere in america that's not a city" units of measurement
      nouton 9 aug
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    • This goes for anywhere in America that isn’t urban
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    • Anywhere else you drive 60 mins and you’re 3 cities away in Texas you drive 60 mins and you’ve left the driveway
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    • Isn't this universal?
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    • As a Texan, I can confirm. This is true.
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    • Holy fuck. Im born and raised in Texas, and it terrifies me how this is 100% accurate yet I have never actually thought about it before.
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    • This is just a rural america guideline,
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    • It’s not just Texas. It’s most places in the South
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    • Why does every state think they’re the only ones who do this
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    • Over yonder- 200 beer lengths away
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    • This is literally every state, none of you are special
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    • Pretty much every midwestern down to central southern states uses this.
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    • As a Texan this is true and in common use
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    • This applies to every state, you’re not special
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    • Am From Texas , Can confirm
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    • Fuckin visited family in Tennessee once they said lets run to walmart its right down the road. It was a god damn 2 hr drive
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    • Yo I live in Texas and this is scary true.
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    • That's like anywhere in americs
      tommh35 9 aug
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    • As a Texan, I can confirm
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    • As a Texan, I can confirm this is true
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    • This is just the US. Even in the most populus states the US is just crazy spread out and Americans just dont mind travelling.
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    • Even as a Texan, this again goes back to my argument of why I hate when people trying to make memes about Texas that end up applying to every other state. Oh yeah, sure, like somehow water is just THAT much cooler from water fountain A than B in Texas. Give me a break.
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    • Wow almost the same as any other state
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    • prezdant 9 aug
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    • I a Texan can confirm that this is true
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    • I mean pretty everyone in the US says stuff like that
      Fertilo 13 aug
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    • This is everywhere in the US tho
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    • Isnt that all of America besides the cities
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    • This applies in the north too, everyone says these things texas isnt special
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    • Anyone in the midwest
      jhoffm00 12 aug
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    • You forgot s’not long
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    • Our state is half the size of Europe and twice as good
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    • This isn’t just Texas it’s basically every southern state
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    • This is accurate for way more than just texas
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    • This is pretty much the same for any other us state lol
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    • Ummm excuse me, you forgot "yeah it's over yonder"
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    • Am Texan, can confirm
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    • That's American measurement. Not texas
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    • As a texan can confirm its true
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    • As a lifelong Texas resident, learning that people move from out of state,and take a plane from Austin to Dallas because the drive is too long.....this is hysterically true. In my mind, I'm thinking "it's only a 3 hour drive plus traffic. That's not that bad" 😂
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    • More of a Midwest as a whole kinda thing
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    • Everywhere in US does this if it’s not a big city
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    • This is the Midwest in general
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    • Honestly this is just the south and midwest as a whole
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    • This is almost anywhere in the US except New England
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    • As a Texan, accurate.
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    • This is everywhere in the us
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    • That's anywhere in the country of America.
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    • Push them all up one and you’d have Michigan’s
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    • Texas ain't special, that is most places if ur not a pussy honestly
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    • I live 10 hours away from my college. And that’s still just in Texas
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    • Texas acting like they’re the only ones that do this^
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    • Sorry to burst your bubble Texas but the entire south uses these.
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    • This is literally every state
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    • Same thing happens in maine, Texas ain't that special..
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    • Basically any state that’s not on the east coast...
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    • Does this not work in every state?
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    • Florida too complies with this.
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    • This is literally everywhere in america
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    • This is how it is every. Where. You. Go
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    • This is actually accurate, I thought this was gonna be a stereotype lmao
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    • As a texan i can confirm
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    • Then you say “Good deal! Preciate-ye!” Then you drive off.
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    • As a Texan this is true
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    • Thats really true for certain parts of Texas
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    • Isn’t that the majority of the states in America? Texas you ain’t special SMH
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    • I'm pretty sure people in every state say that stuff
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    • You could literally drive an 40 min in texas and get nowhere
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    • In Texas, can not confirm
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    • As a Texan I agree and confirm this post as legit
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    • Texas says "Texas things" as though they are literally the only one who does them
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    • I live in Pennsylvania and I know like only one other family that uses these units of measurement
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    • A "good drive" in Texas is at least 3+ hours
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    • HAHAH a omg I am from Texas!! Lol that is so true we drive a lot of cars on the road in Texas Bahaha 😱😅
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    • This is literally everywhere except in huge cities. Texas isn’t special
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    • From Texas can confirm
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    • As a Texan, can confirm
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    • I’m from Texas and I can confirm if they say hold on for the long haul you better get ready for an 8-10 hour drive best part is you won’t even leave the state
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    • I think it’s about three songs till we get there
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    • Texas? I live in Florida and this is accurate
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    • Pretty sure that's all lingo in the south
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    • Turian 10 aug
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    • Think this Is all of America
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    • I'm Texan, I can confirm this information to be accurate
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    • Sounds about right. (I’m a Texan.)
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    • I’m sure every state has had their name in this
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    • This goes for any non large city area.
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    • That’s basically for anywhere that there isn’t a real city
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