4. You begin to wonder how anyone lived here before there was A/C
I love Texas as much as the next person, but I seriously do not understand how anyone lived here before there was air conditioning. It’s incredible.
3. It’s impossible to keep food from melting
Whether it’s a snow cone or a bowl of Blue Bell, food will not last 1 minute in Texas. Eat it while you can before you end up with a room temperature soup flavored like whatever you previously were holding.
2. People decide where to park based on shade
Shade is a commodity for parking during the summer. If you’re not careful, you’ll end up with an oven. Literally. Which brings me to my next point…
1. You can be branded, like cattle, by your own car.
You know it’s summer in Texas when after no more than 10 minutes of sitting in the sun, your car can be a 3rd degree burn factory. Just add carelessness and a human arm and instantly you’ll have a semi-permanent, but definitely painful reminder that it’s summer in our great state.