So you guys know we do a series of ‘Questions Brits Have for (insert nationality here!)’. BUT seeing as most of our viewers are Americans and a huuuge portion of you are from Texas, we decided to GIVE THE PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT and do an entire video dedicated to your wonderful state! Let us know the answers to these ‘Questions for Texas!’

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