Big in Texas

@HerShe (2386)
Canada
September 8, 2006 10:28pm CST
I've heard the saying: Everything is bigger in texas. I know the stars are. What else is bigger in texas ?
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@mcc371 (918)
• United States
9 Sep 06
Yep everything is Bigger in Texas. Texas is big in oil - it is what we call black gold.
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@megs85 (3145)
• Australia
30 Oct 06
I have heard that saying too... :D I was curious myself so your discussion has been great tto read. Does seem like the people are (taller) lol. My son must have been a Texan in his past life. He's only five and a half months old, but hes almost the same height as his 1 year old cousin (who is tall!). LOL, I live in Australia and avent even travelled outta the country yet, but I would love to go to the US one day and I'd be sure to have a look at Texas, maybe then I could tell you what else is bigger. Surprised no blokes have come in and said their male endowments yet, lol...
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
30 Oct 06
So you live in Australia eh. Well! It's obvious to me! It must be the heat down there!! lol That's one long infant! I am Canadian but have had the opportunity to be in Texas in August. The only thing I noticed that was unusually big were the stars. Just like the song says: 'The stars at night, are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas....'They appear sooo big and CLOSE, that you think you could reach out and touch them. Really! It's amazing. As for the guys and their endowmwnts, just give them time.
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• United States
2 Nov 06
Use to live in Texas till I found Utah,everything is bigger in Utah
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@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
3 Dec 06
I enjoyed reading your comments. Thank you for your responses.
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@tentwo67 (3384)
• United States
26 Nov 06
life is a highway... - life is a highway and I want to ride it all night long
Certainly, the Interstate, or at least it's longer! I've driven the long way across the state of Texas three different times in my life and it's unbelievable how long it takes to get from one end of that state to the other!!
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
4 Dec 06
...and I'm gonna ride it. all night long...!
@sbeauty (5870)
• United States
30 Oct 06
How about the amount of hot air Texans expand bragging up their state?
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@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
30 Oct 06
How 'bout that, eh?
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@srhelmer (6930)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
30 Oct 06
From what I've heard, football fans are bigger in Texas, especially High School Football.
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@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
30 Oct 06
Apparently just like everything else!
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@ssh123 (31100)
• India
9 Sep 06
Is money also big? In that case like California Gold Rush, there is going to be Texas Turbulence - I mean with people.
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• United States
12 Dec 06
no money is not like it is in Cali it is normal here it is not a high paying place. texas is a big place that is all it means well we do have big meals you get like three sides with all your meals we have big appatites here in texas.
• United States
23 Sep 06
my electric bill..it's too hot in texas....
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@oriental (1051)
• Uruguay
11 Sep 06
Hats, cowboy hats.
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@caribe (2465)
• United States
3 Dec 06
They have big hearts. Until Alaska came into the union of the United States, Texas was the biggest state and they have a saying that if you melted all of the ice in Alaska, Texas would still be the biggest state. One of the other posts is right. I think it does have the longest interstate. You can drive for hours and hours and still be in Texas. It also has wide variety of climates, everything from desert to oceanside. From very hot and humid to cold and sand storms.
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
3 Dec 06
Hi. I stayed in Brownsville, Texas once, on Boca Chica beach, during the hurricane back in 1974, I think it was. It was long ago, and very scarey! It seems all my emails are mostly from you tonight. It must be my turn. Thank you.
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@caribe (2465)
• United States
3 Dec 06
Being near the ocean during a hurricane would really be scarey. I lived in Corpus Christi during one of the bad hurricanes a few years ago. We left and drove about 150 miles but there were tornados from the hurricane in the area where we went so we still weren't very safe. I just realized that you have a lot of good discussions that I have just barely scratched the surface of, so I am going through them. I am enjoying myself. Thanks.
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
4 Dec 06
Yeah! Freaks of nature, which aren't really nature, but indirectly man- induced, are very scarey. Thank you for saying you like my posts. I have been going through 'my friends', and am finding out that some of them I just don't understand their posts. Then there are people like yourself , and Weasel_Sponge, whom I really enjoy responding. I am comfortable with our 'conversations'. Thank you
@vickilee (136)
• United States
3 Dec 06
Hair! ;-) I have a friend who lives in Texas, and she says a lot of the women there still love big hair! lol My daughter also lived there for almost a year, and she says the hail stones in Texas are huge!
@BunGirl (2639)
• United States
3 Dec 06
This is certainly true. There are still women here who need their aquanet to go to the gym or the grocery store!
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
4 Dec 06
Hi. What is it with big hair, anyway!
@BunGirl (2639)
• United States
3 Dec 06
The egos!!! (just kidding)
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
4 Dec 06
Possibly true!
@harry_ndhuz (1274)
• Indonesia
30 Oct 06
the bigger in Texas is 'T'
@HerShe (2386)
• Canada
30 Oct 06
'T'?
@dalejr38 (2421)
• United States
3 Dec 06
Cowboy Hats and the music