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Cowboy code

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Jul 2, 2008.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

    Oct 28, 2001
    Muskogee Ok.
    1. A cowboy removes his hat when entering the presence of a lady, although he may leave it on if she works in a saloon.

    2. A cowboy says EXCUSE ME, MA'AM, when leaving a lady's presence.

    3. A cowboy says PARDON ME, MA'AM, when bumping into a lady, or treading on her feet.

    4. A cowboy never sits, while a lady is standing, unless he feels particularly tired, or his feet hurt.

    5. A cowboy allows a lady to go through a doorway, first, especially if he thinks one of his enemies may try to shoot him in a cowardly ambush. She would provide good cover.

    6 . A cowboy does not spit on the floor, but if he does, he will point it out to the ladies so they will not drag their skirts through it.

    7. A cowboy never tracks horse poop into a lady's house. He should leave his boots outside the door, unless his feet stink
    as bad as the horse poop, in which case, he should just go someplace else. Maybe the saloon, where the stench of horse poop is no worse than the stench of cow poop.

    8. A cowboy does not pick his nose at the table, unless it will help him breath better or eliminate a whistle that otherwise might become annoying to the ladies.

    9. A cowboy does not scratch his groin, his armpits, or suck on the ends of his mustache, when a lady is near.

    10. A cowboy does not swear or make reference to bodily functions, in the presence of a lady.

    11. A cowboy must not sneeze at the table. If a strong need arises that cannot be resisted, he will turn his head away from the lady, so she won't be sprayed and perhaps be struck by a stray booger.

    12. A cowboy does not noisily slurp his coffee in the presence of a lady. Instead, he should hold the saucer steady with both
    hands, tip it toward his mouth, and slurp silently.

    13. A cowboy does not fart in the presence of a lady... not even silently. If he does, it might stink, and she may smell it and possibly think that he is not actually a gentleman.

    14. A cowboy will grasp a lady's elbow to help her onto a horse or into a carriage. He should never, ever push on her derriere
    to give her a boost, because she might kick his teeth out, unless she works in the saloon.