Thanks to Texas Department of Transportation's campaign, "Don't Text and Drive," every Texan knows they should put down their phone when it rings behind the wheel.

But after a few Pokemon GO users made headlines for crashing while capturing creatures, TxDOT's social media manager thinks a new campaign is in order: "Don't Pokemon GO and Drive." And she feels that she "shouldn't have to tell you this."

The TxDOT employee posted a screenshot of the app telling its users to "stay aware of your surroundings" along with a plea of their own:

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Since it was shared on Monday, the Facebook post has garnered nearly 50,000 reactions and nearly 75,000 shares. Apparently first shared as a joke, the poster later said in a comment, "Maybe we will have a campaign about it after all," and invited people to submit their own campaign slogans, videos and graphics.

Submitters just had to follow two rules: "Keep it clean and use the hashtags #weshouldnthavetotellyouthis and #talktextcrash." Once the guidelines were set, the people certainly responded:

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One follower even came up with a parody about safety using the original Pokemon theme song:

The identity of the social media manager behind the Facebook posts remains a mystery, although some Facebook users who commented seem to believe the poster is female. But as one Austin Redditor posted, we can all agree that that this person "deserves a raise."