Hey there, Posse,
I hope your Friday is off to a better start than mine. This si the second time I have written this blog. I always write all the text first because for some reason adding a photo sometimes throws off the text alignment in here.
Unfortunately, today when I added a photo it wiped out all of the text I had written in this blog doe not have an undo feature. I really, really hate that! I am so close to dumping the blog feature in here and just linking up to my old blog site on WordPress.
Anyway, enough of my belly aching. Today is Friday Funnies and I have got some good ones for you. Now, usually all of the jokes in here at completely kid friendly but a few today might be more teen and up.
I had thought about sharing a few comedy TV show clips today but I think I will do that on Monday. They feature actors who are known for being hard as nails cowboys in moves but showed a great talent for comedy when they did guest appearances on comedies. You'll see what I mean come this Monday.
But for now, I hope to give you all a good chuckle and get you into a great heading into the weekend!
Happy Trails, everyone!
I've been cast to star in a new cowboy film called "The Sun".
It's set in the west.
What do you call a frog cowboy?
At the end of a long working day, one cowboy looked particularly worn out and haggard. Another cowboy turns to him and asks, "You have a rough day there, partner?"
The cowboy shook his head and said, "Oh yea. You know, that new bull we just put in the pasture nearly did me in today."
"Why, what happened?" asks the other cowboy.
The cowboy replied, "I went to put out the feed, when the bull came charging at me like a train from hell. He dang near got me!"
"So, how'd you get away?" asks the second cowboy.
The cowboy said, "Lucky for me, the bull kept slipping and that gave me a chance to make it to the fence and jump over."
"Man, that's scary!" said the second cowboy. "If it'd been me, I'd probably have pooped all over the place."
"I did!" exclaimed the cowboy, "What do you think that bull was slipping in?"
One day an old cowboy was visiting with his granddaughter and he told her the secret to living a long life was to sprinkle a pinch of gun powder on her oatmeal every morning.
The granddaughter did as her grandfather told her and everyday she put gunpowder on her breakfast until the day she died at 103 years old.
When she passed, she left behind 12 children, 32 grandchildren, 56 great-grandchildren, 24 great-great-grandchildren, and a 60-foot hole where the crematorium used to be.