Living in the great state of Texas is never really boring to me, although I wish I had time to be bored. There is always something to do whether it’s working or getting things done around the house it’s difficult to find time to slow down. But it also seems like there is always some sort of activity or event going on which makes me believe that Texas is never really boring. Which is why I am a little confused with a new list of the most boring cities in the U.S. where three Texas cities made that list. 

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Being bored is almost a personal choice. There are always things you can do, it’s just whether you really want to do those things or if you would rather be lazy and do nothing. We all want to be lazy every now and then but we know that things also need to be accomplished. But this list of the most boring states was created by comments from Americans who have visited these locations and didn’t have anything good to say about them.  

We Get to See Why People Thought These Texas Cities Were Boring 

The good part about the details regarding these boring cities is that there were specific comments about each city, so at least we can know what people didn’t like about these places. 

Let’s Look at the List of Boring Cities With Three of Them Located in Texas 

While it’s still crazy to me that three places in Texas made this list, let’s look at the cities that people like to call boring and see why they have that opinion. 

The 12 Most Boring Cities in the U.S.

According to Americans who have visited these cities here are the most places to go, although I'm not sure they got this list correct.

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