As they say, everything is bigger in Texas, and evidently, that applies to their truck exhausts too. After a recent high school football game, a teenager in Texas rolled coal and shot a massive black cloud of smoke into a local Whataburger. Why? Lord knows.
We’ve all been there. You’re stuck in in high school without many options on the weekend as a teenager. After your high school football game ends on Friday nights, everyone went to hang out at the Waffle House, Sonic, Whataburger, Walmart parking lot, or whatever it may be in your town.
For those who have never lived in or visited the Lone Star state, Whataburger has been serving Texans since the 1950s. So it’s no surprise that we find a large group of teenagers in a now-viral video at the fast-food spot after their high school football game.
The 15-second viral clip is shot from inside a packed Whataburger. Someone opens the door to the restaurant, but doesn’t step in. Instead they hold the door as viewers hear a truck rev its engine. That’s when an enormous cloud of black smoke comes tumbling inside the Whataburger to the shock of everyone inside.
You hear teenagers laugh, scream, and begin to scramble away from the door. The truck’s driver just rolled coal all over the Whataburger, which likely put a stop to food service at least temporarily. For those that don’t know, rolling coal generates excess emissions from a diesel engine that produces huge amounts of black or grey smoke through your exhaust pipe. While it may just be stupid teenage fun, we can imagine Whataburger employees would disagree with that assessment of the situation.
High School Football Field Gets ‘Friday the 13th’ Makeover for Halloween
We’re now traveling from Texas to Pennsylvania for some more viral news involving another high school. But this time, in some viral photos making the rounds online, we’re keeping the story on the high school football field instead of off it.
This week, a Pennsylvania high school football field got a makeover for Halloween. The Lancaster Legends painted Friday the 13th-themed lawn art featuring horror movie killer Jason Vorhees’ famous mask.
The Legends had a big rivalry matchup tonight against a rival school. Lancaster has won the Class AA high school football championship the last five years straight. But both teams are 6-1 on the season and looking to add another tally in the win column. So why not intimidate your opponent with one of the most terrifying killers in horror cinema history? Lancaster Athletics field artisan/lawn artist Brian Koperski made that happen earlier today.
Koperski painted a massive Jason mask on the high school football field’s 50-yard line. Additionally, Brian made the field markers drip. He painted the 30, 40, and 50-yard line numbers all in black. But he switched it up in the red zone (within 20 yards of the end zone) when he painted the 10 and 20-yard markers red to look like they’re dripping with blood. If you’re a horror movie fan and football fan as well, we’ve found the perfect field for you.