Texas Means Crazy in Norway. But are They 100% Wrong?
Take it as you will, but by saying "texas" in Norway, it means crazy. Texas Monthly did a whole write up on this last year. The article references that "Texas" is Norwegian slang for "crazy" or "wild". So, in Norway, "that game was texas" doesn't refer to Texas-OU weekend during the state fair.
Should we as Texans take offense to this? I don't think so.
I came up with a few scenarios that some people would think are "crazy" but as Texans are not necessarily the case.
Is Texas Crazy?
I'm sure there are many other scenarios that us Texans consider normal that others would think are crazy? Let us know in the comment section below.