I heard the funniest story the other day, granted it’s graphic and not for the faint at heart, but it had me in tears every time I visualized it.
One of the guys I know used to work on a dairy farm (okay, that’s not quite a ranch, but it requires “cow” boys). The cows all had a routine at milking time. They would all trail into the milk barn at the same time each day to be fed and milked. The cowboys would follow along, encouraging them to get their tails inside. One cowboy was following pretty close, his hand on the cow’s backside to let her know he was there. Nothing unusual about that.
Invariably as the milk cows entered the barn, they’d drop a load of cow pooh. Again, cowboys wear boots for a reason. No problem, right? Weeeeellllll. This cow the cowboy was following was dropping her load and suddenly coughed.
Are you getting the picture?
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