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August 30, 2009


It was alleged before he lost his driving licence, he walked his horse through a pub in the Outback town.

(Thanks to Ralph)


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I could swear I read a similar story months ago, thought it might have been England that time. I guess being drunk and riding a horse to (through?) the pub is a British thing.

Over here we take the tractor or snowmobile.

Or the lawnmower

Or the bar stool we have attached to the lawnmower.

A man on a horse walked through a bar and the magistrate said, "We have a strong case".

Unless the horse is also drunk I don't see the problem.

Well who hasn't wanted to get drunk and ride a horse through town shouting " yee haa ! ", especially after Brett Favre joined the Vikings ?

Did anyone ever consider that it was the horse's idea? In related news, Lee Marvin wins an Oscar.

It is believed he was hoisted on to the horse and galloped up the street, shouting "yee haa".

He had an accomplice.

He ran out of gas. He had a flat tire. He didn't have enough money for cab fare. His tux didn't come back from the cleaners. An old friend came in from out of town. Someone stole his car. There was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locusts! IT WASN'T HIS FAULT, I SWEAR TO GOD.

Why the long face?

Well. Now we know all of MOTW's excuses several of which I intend to borrow if it's okay.

Lee Marvin was great in that movie.

Lee Marvin won an Oscar, and said the horse should've gotten it.

You need a horse-riding license now, TOO?

Sounds like they saw a man about a horse. Really!

The bar has a "drive-through window"?!? This town is cracking down on drunk driving/horse-riding, but the bar has a drive-through window?!? Talk about mixed messages.

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