Texas is a stereotype of its own and nobody can deny that. What y'all don't know is that there's only very few places in Texas vaguely encompass a few of the stereotypes. When I look back at my childhood, all I can think of are the happy memories made possible by being in Texas.
Do you ride horses around?
Do you have a pair of cowboy boots?
What about a cowboy hat?
Is everything really bigger in Texas?
Are cowboys real?
Do you know how to do the Texas two-step?
I've always wanted to go out with a Texas gal
Are rodeos real?
Have you ever driven a tractor?
Does everyone have an accent?
Do people actually say howdy?
Do you say y'all?
Do you live on a farm?
Do you raise cattle?
Where's your gun?
Regardless of it all, Texas will always be known as cowboy territory and at the end of the day, I'll always hold it close to my heart.