Can’t argue with that
“Every warning label has an awesome back story,” or, in other words, this warning is written in blood – ever heard this phrase before? This Texas sign has it right, though – every warning has a story behind it. I’m not sure it’s an awesome story, as it probably ended with some kind of an accident (thus the warning), but certainly there’s a story there.
It’s safe to assume, though, that in Texas the background stories behind the warnings are probably a lot cooler (and maybe also a lot more dangerous) than in other places, don’t you think?