THE COWBOY & THE PREACHEROne Sunday,
a cowboy went to church. When he entered, he saw that he and the preacher were the only ones present. The preacher asked the
cowboy if he wanted him to go ahead and preach.
The cowboy said, "I'm not too smart, but if I went to feed my cattle and only one showed up, I'd feed
So the minister began his sermon.
One hour passed, then two hours, then two-and-a-half hours. The preacher finally finished and came
down to ask the cowboy how he had liked the sermon.
The cowboy answered slowly, "Well, I'm not very smart, but if I went to feed my cattle and only one
showed up, I sure wouldn't feed him all the hay."
WHEN TO BE HUNGRYThree
cowboys had been riding the western range since early in the morning. One of them was a member of the Comanche Nation. Being
busy with herding stray cattle all day, there had been no time for the three of them to eat.
Toward the end of the day, two of the cowboys started talking about how hungry
they were and about the huge meals they were going to eat when they reached town. When one of the cowboys asked the Comanche
if he was also hungry, he just shrugged his shoulders and said, "No."
Later that evening, after they had arrived in town, all three ordered large steak
dinners. As the Comanche proceeded to eat everything in sight with great gusto, one of his friends reminded him that less
than an hour earlier he had told them that he was not hungry. "Not wise to be hungry then," he replied. "No food."
THREE KINDS OF COWBOYS
1. the ones that learn by reading..
2. the few that learn by observation..
3. the rest
of them have to pee on the electric fence by themselves.
COWBOY AND THE SALOONA cowboy rides up to a saloon on his horse. He goes in, orders a drink, then leaves. His horse is gone. He goes
back to the saloon, and asks, "Where's my horse?"
No one replies. So he says, "I'll order one more drink, and then
if my horse isn't outside, I'll have to do what i did in Texas and I don't like doing that."
So the locals hurry around,
and when he leaves, his horse is outside.
As the stranger gets on his horse, the bartender asks, "What did you do
in Texas?" to which the cowboy replies, "I had to walk home."