I had not heard the woman's song! I love it! I can't fold a map either!
They are both funny. Two of my favorites.
I can't watch these tonight becaes BB and PB have both gone to bed, but I'll be looking forward to it. Gunslinger & the Old Prospector; An old prospector walks his tired old mule into a western town one day He'd been out in the desert for about six months without a drop of whiskey.He walked up to the first saloon he came to and tied his old mule to the hitch rail. As he stood there brushing some of the dust from his face and clothes, a young gunslinger walked out of the saloon with a gun in one handand a bottle of whiskey in the other.The young gunslinger looked at the old man and laughed, saying,"Hey old man, have you ever danced?" The old man looked up at the gunslinger and said, "No,I never did dance. I just never wanted to." A crowd had gathered by then and the gunslinger said, "Well, you old fool, you're gonna' dance now," and started shooting at the old man's feet. The old prospector was hopping around and everybody was laughing. When the gunslinger fired his last bullet, he holstered his gun and turned around to go back into the saloon. The old man reached up on the mule, drew his shotgun, and pulled both hammers back making a double clicking sound. The gunslinger heard the sound and everything got quiet. The crowd watched as the gunslinger slowly turned around looking down both barrels of the shotgun. The old man asked, "Did you ever kiss a mule square on the ass?" The gunslinger swallowed hard and said, "No. But I've always wanted to." The lessons from this story are: 1. Don't waste ammunition. 2. Don't mess with old guys.
Clever tunes… but the canned laughter was more a distraction than an addition.I loved mary stebbins taitt's story. Hilarious, and full of wisdom.
Thanks for diggin' those out of the vault. Been a while since I last seen 'em.
I forgot to mention that I, too, enjoyed mary stebbins taitt's story. Mary Mary .. quite contrary. (I have no idea what made me say that.) I love the finish line and the moral.
Choose what side? Sounds like they're both a little male-influenced. Coffeypot, the real truth is, you can't live without us, just admit it.
Very funny, glad I came back to see! LOL! Both are good and both have some basis in reality. :-D
I like what nekked lizard lady said, LOL!
LOL! I have the CD by this comic (Sean Morey) that has both songs on it. Hadnt seen these videos though! Love 'em.
NLL, you are so right. I can’t do without my cook, laundress, housecleaner and bread winner. She’s always there for me to yell at. I let her bring me beers, sandwiches and nuts no matter how tired she is. I am so glad she has me.Mary, great story and I do love the morals. Don’t ever count out the wisdom of the older generation. For example:These two bulls, a young stud and the old man of the field, were standing on a hill overlooking all the cows below. The young stud said, “Let’s run down there and fuck a few heifers.”The old bull said, “Son, let’s walk down there and fuck’em all.”Ms. Clew, I’ve heard several versions from different people, but these were the first in line on YouTube.
NLL, I will give props when pros are due. Any woman that can live with and survive a marriage to a career service man deserves as many accolades as any combat member receives. You ladies are what make it possible for the boys to go out and play. You are home alone raising your family, paying the bills, making decisions and sleeping in an empty bed while worrying about when and if he is coming home. I salute you, Ms. Kim! Now, go get me and NLM a beer, and be quick about it.
I like the fact that you took time to explain that you're the man. You don't seem like the type who would have been too confused, but who am I to judge?
Cooper, I am a man. My wife said I could be.
that man looks something like BB! LOL!
Usually it isn't TOO hard to tell if you're a man. Maybe I should explain, LOL!
OK, I have given many, many direct orders to assassinate spiders with a simple one word command (EEEEEEEEK!!!!!)...After all - I AM in charge here.
Oh man they are so funny and so dam true. hehehehehe
If you get any cuter; we'll have to have you cloned.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE Bob and Tom and my hunny bunches listens to them every morning...The Man Song is one of my favorite's but I'd never heard The Woman Song, that's pretty friggin' hilarious!
Two classic favorites. Hmmm maybe I should post the "man song" hee hee
I applaud you sir, for clearly representing both sides o' the proverbial coin. Reminds me of 2 potholders a friend of the fambly had: one has a strutting rooster crooning, "I RULE THE ROOST!" the other had a hen holding up a rolling pin in a menacing way saying "AND I RULE THE ROOSTER!!"c'est la guierre.
MST, yes! Go ahead and explain. Ollie, I’ve heard that word before. That’s when I really step up, too. I yell at Sweet Tea over my shoulder as I run out the door, “You keep an eye on it, honey, and I’ll go get some help.” I’m pretty helpful and handy to have around that way.Burfica, it is funny how our weaknesses can be made so funny. Except mine. I’m not weak. I just have less stronger talents than others.Cookes, do Bob and Tom have a radio program somewhere? I’ve only heard them on YouTube and emails. Jane, I was afraid you might be looking for me with a frying pan in your upraised hand for publishing the Woman’s Song. Nothing personal, babe!Mr. Lemon, That is even truer than you think. Women control half of what you own and ALL the pussy. They definitely rule.
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