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Fog Shrouded Worker

The old cowhand came riding into town on a hot, dry, dusty day. The townsman watched as he slowly dismounted and tied his horse to the rail outside the saloon. The cowboy then moved slowly to the back of the horse, lifted its tail, and placed a big kiss were the sun don’t shine.

As he then walked by, the townsman had to comment. “I couldn’t help but notice you as you got off your horse. That’s quite an unusual ritual.”

“Yep,” replied the cowboy. “I got me some bad chapped lips.”

“And that cures them?” asked the townsman.

“Nope, but it keeps me from lickin’ ’em.”

“Fog Shrouded Worker”
Frisco, Texas 2007
©Copyright 2007 Warren Paul Harris
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