The Ten Weirdest Terms That Use "Texas" on the Urban Dictionary

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The Urban Dictionary, http://www.urbandictionary.com/ the great crowd-sourced primer of modern language, has so many disgusting entries that include the word "Texas" it would make your drunken uncle blush.

Yet, it's surprising when parsing through the entries how many are just downright strange and often hilarious.

Our mission here is to enlighten, and we don't want you to be lost the next time a UD term gets tossed around at the bar, so we're sharing the Top 10 terms that use "Texas."

10.) Texas Chrome

Definition: To Texas Chrome something is to paint it silver, such as rims on a car.

Example: I'm about to go outside and Texas Chrome the front rims on my drag racing car.

9.) Texas Bling

Definition: Large rhinestones that are put on almost every item of women's clothing in the state of Texas.

Example: You know you're in Dallas when you see big hair and Texas bling.

8.) Texas Dtapp

Definition: A drink originated in Texas that has Sprite, DM Elixir, Dimetapp and Jolly Ranchers. Some people also prefer it to Purple Drank.

Example: Ay, last night I had way too much Texas Dtapp.

7.) Texaprechaun

Definition: 1. A fanciful, diminutive creature from Texas obsessed with the notion of maintaining/bolstering gold reserves (and, henceforth, preventing rainbows from happening). 2. Ron Paul

Example: My day was full of sunny joy and laughter until that dang Texaprechaun came, cast a pall and absconded with my spare bouillon.

6.) Texas Body

Definition: A person with skinny legs and a big gut, and or upper body.

Example: Mr. Incredible from "The Incredibles" has a Texas Body.

5.) Texas Cadillac

Definition: A pick-up truck, typically a Ford.

Example: Look at Hank driving around in his Texas Cadillac.

4.) Texas Air Conditioning

Definition: Cold beer held in crotch while driving.

Example: Having a frosty cold one between your legs while operating pickup truck or old Cadillac is driving with Texas air conditioning on.

3.) Texas Chon

Definition: Korean for "Texas village," a euphemism for a red light district. The name seems to be from the movie "Best Little Whorehouse in Texas".

Example: Texas chon odissoyo? (Where is the red light district?)

2.) Texas Delt

Definition: A Texas Delt is a fraternity member at the University of Texas who is viable to getting drunk and, or stoned every single night and then proceeding to make questionable decisions; they are the coolest of the cool.

Example: Joe - "Hey man, I'm a freshman at UT, do you know any cool guys?" Brock - "Yeah there's only a few guys that are cool here, and they are the Texas Delts."

1.) Texas Death Match

Bob Backlund vs Ken Patera (Texas Death Match...by Scopitone2011

Definition: A Texas Death match is a wrestling match similar to the Last Man Standing Match, the only difference being that you must be pinned, then a 10 is initiated. If the person pinned fails to get up by the count of 10, the participant loses the match.

Example: At WCW Halloween Havoc 1993, Vader defeated Mick Foley in a Texas Death Match.

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