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After recently launching down south, BuzzFeed Austin is already making friends in low places.

Last Friday, the blog-related site posted an illustrated map of Texas:

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Hilariously accurate, and maybe an improvement from the other maps out there: the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex was left out entirely.

The map is also off on a few other things, including wrong locations of Six Flags Over Texas and the Alamo.


But tweets from BuzzFeed suggest there’s no quick hurry to make things right with the roughly 2 million people they inadvertently, or, as Houstonians secretly hope, purposefully, dissed:

Texans’ responses were a little more acute:

Even if they are new ’round these here parts, BuzzFeed clearly knows where the important stuff is in Texas.

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Thanks for the love, BuzzFeed, even if it is shade!  Take the hint, Dallas!

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