No specific laws in Texas make it illegal to use profanity or "cuss out" a fast food or other service worker.
That doesn't mean being rude or abusive to a service worker in our state or anywhere else is totally free of consequences. According to the Texas Penal Code, it is clear that certain behaviors, including the use of abusive, indecent, profane, or vulgar language in a public place, can be illegal.
There is a website called JonsBones where you can purchase human "osteology." According to JonsBones, the best sellers include vertebrae, rib bones, femur bones, and human teeth.
They'll sell you any bone you want. However, eBay did ban human bone sales back in 2016.
Is it legal to buy or sell human bones in Texas?
People across Texas are getting confused about which cannabis products are legal and which are illegal. They are not alone. Some law enforcement agencies, until recently, had no reliable way to tell the difference.
There is also some research to suggest that the content of specific stickers can make your vehicle more prone to vandalism or theft.
With all that in mind, if you insist on expressing yourself with a sticker on your vehicle, is it possible that sticker could get you a ticket in Texas?
According to the Texas Property Code §92.251 – §92.262, Subchapter F., all rental units including apartments, duplexes, condos, and single-family homes must have smoke detectors. At least one smoke detector must be installed outside of each bedroom.
For many, nothing is worse than getting into a cold car and driving to work.
As a result, many have a routine. You head out to the car, start the engine, and while the car is warming up pop back into the house and warm back up. The car warms up and you stay warm. It is a win-win.