Texaboos -- The Japanese Fans of Texas

Being a civilized, sensible, and well-informed people, the Japanese have an appreciation for Texas. Twitter user @chairmanwon, a hobbyist gunsmith from Texas, discovered this on his ongoing journey through Japan.

He reports that his hosts, upon learning that @chairmanwon and his wife were Texans, took them to a Texas-themed bar. Everyone there dresses like Texans (or how they imagine that we dress) and the bar itself looks like a Texan honky-tonk.

Unfortunately, we don't get a report on what Texan-style dances look like. But we Texans appreciate the thought.

@chairmanwon reports that the chicken fried steak is less than optimal. Let's call it a work in progress. And as a native Texan, it doesn't bother me in the least if someone eats it with chopsticks.

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This sure is odd. The entire thing is based around a slightly twisted stereotype of Texas/Texans.
No ridiculous stereotyping around these parts! I hope you had a chance to finish your 32oz dinner steak before posting this, and then cruising out to your oil well in your convertible Cadillac with bullhorns on the front bumper. As you do. Obviously. (As a Canuckistanian, I embarrassingly don't know at what point the shooting takes place, so I left it out so I wouldn't be called out as some sort of unknowledgeable idiot.)
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