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.
The video by TikTokker Jessica Huseman now has nearly 4.5 million views.
The clip is from her doorbell cam recording the Amazon driver approaching her front door for a delivery. The driver tells Jessica, who claims she just moved into the house, that her residence has no address on it.
TikTokker @ksuxtoes was casually going through the Whataburger drive-thru at one of two Destin, Florida, locations. She was voguing as her friend was making their order at the speaker. Suddenly, nine seconds in, the driver asks the drive-thru worker a question.
"Are you guys getting robbed right now?"
TikTok food trends are known far and wide. The latest trend is pancake spaghetti. What is pancake spaghetti? Butter the griddle, put the batter in a baggie with a tiny hole and piped long strings of pancake batter on the griddle. That's pancake spaghetti