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November 30, 2004


A Canadian parties cowboy style.

(Thanks to Ted Hombre-Gabr)


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There's an old expression in the West we always say; "String'um up high, boys! Let him die with his boots on"

The Nude, Dangling Cowboy wbagnfa male strip joint...

Better sentence: "A police sergeant,while laughing hysterically, says other than suffering from the cold and embarrassment, the cowboy is OK."

See??...He was drunk and reached for the Phone...

"Mommas don't let 'yer babies grow up to be cowboys . . . " (everybody sing . . .)



Happy Trails to you
Until your pants fall off . . .

MKJ - soooo wrong! Thats what my cell plays when my husband calls me....

*trying not to laugh*

over there! we'll head em off at the pants....

"Head them off at the pass?" I hate that cliche'!


That is all.

Trigger! C'mere hoss. I really need you to bail me out here. Walk your saddle up under me so I can ... hey. What're you doing? That's not a snack ... stop ... no keep going, that's just ...

Rescue Squad: OH MY GOD!

It's not what it looks like! I was a little drunk and my pants got stuck... nevermind.

Every cowboy needs a horse. "So don't hesitant any more, if you are Chinese art collector, please do not miss so better chance to get it. And If you won it, and it will bring lucky for you."

looks more like a 2 headed dragon but I am not Chinese so maybe their horses are different than ours.

MKJ, with a tongue like that it better bring me lucky! ...or something

This guy is a Darwin award just waiting to happen...

"with his pants down to his knees..."

Technically, it would be more accurate to state that his pants were UP to his knees...

Good point, Mr. ster . . .

Oh sure, you laugh now, but who among us has not found himself drunk in Canada, partially wearing a cowboy outfit and dangling. Dangling from a fence with a violated bunny in our hand? Calling for the police seeing how far we can pee without hitting ourselves (14 feet is pretty good). Who?

All of you?

Wow. Uh. Me too. What a moron this guy is, right?

Peri - mount him then let him stuff you. Oh ok that was in bad taste

Good thing his eyes didn't fall out.

Peri - I possted this on another thread but then I found you over here so I copied and
pasted- I'm not stalking you, I''m not stalking you, where are you going...
*follows silently in Canadian snow*

Peri - allow me to amplify - where you are it's supposed to be cold and people are prepared - here it's not supposed to be that way - this cold weather has been the leadoff story on the local news on every channel - we know people in the colder climes are laughing at us but we don't care because -we're cold and we're not supposed to be

Can I borrow your rabbit muff and mukluks?

Posted by: Eleanor on November 30, 2004 08:28 PM

"Deck the halls with bows of Cowbooys,
Fa,La,La,La, -La.- Fa, La, La, La!
Tis the season to be jolly!
Fa,La,la,La,_La,-Fa, La, La,, La!

Dost we look upon his Folly?
Someone,oh, someone, please call Polly!

Shall we pluck him for the party?
Get your cameras, don't be tardy!

Although I love Christmas songs and when I was little used to sing them for my Orthodox Jewish grandmother, much to my mother's chagrin, I'm not clever enough to write them - so here is my offering - Adam Sandler's Hanukkah song - one of my favorites!

Put on your yalmulka, here comes hanukkah
Its so much fun-akkah to celebrate hanukkah,

Hanukkah is the festival of lights,
Instead of one day of presents, we have eight crazy nights.

When you feel like the only kid in town without a x-mas tree, heres a list of
People who are jewish, just like you and me:

David lee roth lights the menorrah,
So do james caan, kirk douglas, and the late dinah shore-ah

Guess who eats together at the karnickey deli,
Bowzer from sha-na-na, and arthur fonzerrelli.

Paul newmans half jewish; goldie hawns half too,
Put them together--what a fine lookin’ jew!
You don’t need deck the halls or jingle bell rock
Cause you can spin the dreidl with captain kirk and mr. spock--both jewish!

Put on your yalmulka, it’s time for hanukkah,
The owner of the seattle super sonic-ahs celebrates hanukkah.

O.j. simpson-- not a jew!
But guess who is...hall of famer¡ºrod carew--(he converted!)

We got ann landers and her sister dear abby,
Harrison fords a quarter jewish--not too shabby!

Some people think that ebeneezer scrooge is,
Well, he’s not, but guess who is:all three stooges.
So many jews are in show biz--
Tom cruise isn¹t, but I heard his agent is.
Tell your friend veronica, it’s time you celebrate hanukkah
I hope I get a harmonica, on this lovely, lovely hanukkah.

So drink your gin-and-tonic-ah, and smoke your mara-juanic-ah,
If you really, really wanna-kah, have a happy, happy, happy, happy
Hanukkah¡­¡­. happy hanukka!

Happy Hanukka! Eleanor
My son-in-law's mother was jewish,
and our very best friends in Lawrence, Kansas are too. They are writers and have taught in the past. We always stay with them whenever we go back to Lawrence.

Sounds pretty far fetched to me. I'll bet it was some hazing for one of those Canadian cowboy secret societies we keep hearing about.

There are some really great poets and artists among the cowboy culture and society. We have the Museum of Western Art here in Dog Town. A number of cowboy poets have been published and the artists' originals go for big $$$. The prints are well known and in demand.

Commingled headline of the week:

Hand pulls groin of drunken nude cowboy.

I wonder what they were celebrating at the "agricultural festival", a bumper year of of barley and hops? In Idaho, we only get baked potatoes at our "ag festival".

Oh, BTW, it's been a bit nippy here too -6 degrees (farenheit) yesterday. I had to dig out my galoshes and funny ear-flap hat (so as not to disappoint the tourists, who are mostly frozen solid).

Oh, BTW, it's been a bit nippy here too -6 degrees (farenheit) yesterday. I had to dig out my galoshes and funny ear-flap hat (so as not to disappoint the tourists, who are mostly frozen solid).

Oh, BTW, it's been a bit nippy here too; -6 degrees (farenheit) yesterday. I had to dig out my galoshes and funny ear-flap hat so as not to disappoint the tourists (who are mostly frozen solid).

Sorry, sorry, sorry!

kat - speaking of Polly, I haven't seen her post in a loooooooong time. Anyone know if she's just busy or what?

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