Bull horns on hood of pick-up truck

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  1. Glock19Vol

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    Just started working with a guy who has bull horns mounted on the hood of his pick-up. We live east of the Mississippi & never see this. Do horns on the hood have a meaning or symbolize something?
     
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    It means that somebody took that guy's jerb.
     

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    The owner is a redneck is what it is a symbol of. Not that that is a bad thing.
     
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    Means pedestrians cross a little faster in front of him.
     
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    I was totally thinking the electronic bull horn. I've been living in the city too long.
     
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    "The owner is a redneck"

    He's driving a pick-up isn't he? :)
     
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    It's just a redneck thing. I use to have an old Subaru Brat that I put a jackelope on the front of (just to be funny). Not sure if it was my redneck buddies sitting in the jumpseats in the back or the jackelope that made everyone stare. :supergrin:
     
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    In my little town, I know of 2 guys sporting Long Horn Steer horns on their vehicles.

    One is a white newer model 4 door Cadillac.

    One is a Jeep.

    Both look pretty stupid.
     
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    It means he is a high up in the largest gang in the world. We are the hold muh beer an wachis gang, do not mess with us on straight tequila nights...


    :supergrin:
     
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    University of Texas alum?
     
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    terkerderr!!!
     
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    Owwwwwwww..........I'll bet PETA is so looking for him.


    Sort ta hope they find him.







    I'd buy a ticket to that discussion. :whistling:
     
  14. Chad Landry

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    My grandfather always had bull horns on his pickup. He was a mean old Cajun who had about 65 head of cattle at any given time. He loved listening to Hank Williams while he drove me to the livestock auction.

    The horns were just his style. Oh, and he lived east of the Mississippi, too. Ponchatoula, Louisiana.
     
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    I would rather see the bull horns on the front than the truck nuts swinging from the rear....
     
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    :rofl: :rofl:

    I hope they keep that going until the series ends.
     
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    I would rather see the bull horns on the front than the truck nuts swinging from the rear....
    They have to be the stupidest thing I have seen. I actually feel sorry for the driver when I see them. I guess that makes him a man though.
     
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    I have seen a few and they always made me chuckle. The owner likes it, it's not hurting anyone (pedestrians stay clear) so I say let it be. I wouldn't have it on my pickup...wait a minute. Once I did attach a sun bleached Javalina skull with teeth and jaw wired open to my push bars/grille guard with bailing wire for about a day and a half. It was funny then, It sounds kind of stupid now. I should mention it was a marked police car.
     
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  19. Chad Landry

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    I don't know if the bull horns on the hood had any effect, but the cattle sure herded well when the old man drove 'em with that pickup.
     
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    That being said...

    I used to have an Omni 024 with big aluminum teeth and red ducktape lips. All the kiddies would wave at my little Warhawk. :rofl: