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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by Vico1, Jun 28, 2016.
And handy as a shirt pocket!
I actually remember that...kinda sorta. I believe that shindig was my first encounter with apple pie moonshine, come to think of it. That stuff's so sweet and smooth, it'll sneak up on ya and before ya know it, yer out there with the wild buffalo
Hey now that ain't the least bit true
OK well maybe it is just a little bit
Seems like you hang out with the wild buffaloes a lot. Maybe you are the "buffalo whisperer". When I was a youngster I did the same thing...just don't remember seeing any buffalo.
Yeah well lemme tell ya something...I'm gettin too old to play the part of "buffalo whisperer," and that's a fact, Jack!
Back in the day tho, I didn't just see buffalo, I rode the buffalo. That's right, I was the Guy on a Buffalo!
Got straight up mauled by a cougar, however
by the name of Debbie
Is that really you?? It's kind of blurry you know. I think I see mulch.
Yeah, that was episode 2.
Here's episode 1.
Sorry about your thread Vic.
You know how it is when the infestation begins.
Sure it's blurry, it was the 1970's, dig? We were all a little blurry back then. Especially me. 'Cause I was RIDING ON A BUFFALO!
He's faster than he looks
Nice hat Tony, now all you need is some Fuzzy Ass-less Chaps with Bells.
I just knew it. That wasn't Inept at all. Nice try Inept!
Maybe we can have "Buffalo Trot" next year.
Are you really tryin to tell me you didn't know about the Guy on a Buffalo?
What kinda self-respecting Crestuckian are you pretending to be???
Remember thats pronounced Cres Tuckian and not Crest Uckian ....
Gotta be careful how you talk in dem parts...
Inept, hungover? Shirley you jest.
First of all...
Never seen the movie. I never watch movies unless they are on TV and I don't pay extra for the movie channel, cause there is enough stuff to watch without it.
I consider myself a Crestburgian.
ShortDistanceHunter hooked me up with that very thing, he called 'em "scooter possy britches," whatever that means. Imma wear 'em at this year's Trot
Yes I know it's hard to believe. But it's twue, it's twue!
And stop calling me Shirley.