This might be the stuff of nightmares for some people! While this did not happen in Texas, it's worth sharing.  The discovery happened on Feb. 21 in Naples when officials discovered a 7-foot wide mound of 11 pythons. According to, a special team of trackers found a pile of snakes totaling 500 pounds in a South Florida marsh last month.

The special team closely monitors snakes during breeding seasons and uses active searching and telemetry to remove the invasive species before the females have a chance to lay their eggs. This has become a big problem, especially in Florida!

Skydiving Advertisement in Texas, Funny or Scary?

I love the random things that pop up on my social feed! This video was posted to TikTok by polarbearcomedy and features a billboard for Sky Diving in Texas! It shows two people living their best life jumping from a plane! It also shows an aircraft right next to the billboard that has 'crashed.' How would you respond to this advertisement? I appreciate the joke! It's something that you will remember. Skydive Spaceland San Marcos put the clever advertisement up.

@polarbearcomedy Things NOT to do if you want to advertise your business.. 😳😂 #funny #foryou ♬ Blue Blood - Heinz Kiessling

Polar Bear Comedy is comedian Jon Gonzalez and recently made a stop in Victoria. This guy's content is hilarious. Be sure you follow him on TikTok and Facebook.

Casket Shows Up on Beach Near Pleasure Pier in Galveston

Some people in Galveston were freaked out by the appearance of a casket on the beach!  The comments went wild, however, there is an easy explanation for this one. It turns out that the casket was placed there for a commercial. According to the post, a commercial is currently being filmed for "Haunted Ghost Tours." How would you react if you were driving along the beach and just saw a casket lying on the shore?

Craig Corbell via GALVESTON FB
Craig Corbell via GALVESTON FB


A restaurant in Fort Worth called Caterina's that is adopting this practice into their dining experience. When customers walk into their establishment, they must lock their cell phones in a bag. This bag isn't to be opened until they are done with their meal.
In an article published by NBC-DFW, staff members at Caterina's are to keep an eye out for "disobeying" guests. Owner Tim Love stated, "we wanted to make something that was special.”  Love also said, "We're going to kindly ask them to put their phone in the bag. We've already had that happen. Some people forget. They just have their phone in their pocket. We give them the bag. They put their phone in the bag. It's not a big deal."
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