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Old MacDonald was a Calvinist!!

Discussion in 'Jokes & Humor (Clean)' started by convicted1, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. convicted1

    convicted1 Active Member

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    And I can prove it:

    Cows: They couldn't go to him for their feed except they first be mooved upon by him, and then, and only then, could they come to him for their food.

    Pigs: They loved the mud more than dry land, and he judicially hardened them, so that they would stay there. He didn't harden them too hard, so that the ham, bacon, chops, and sausage wouldn't be too tough to chew.

    Goats: The goats didn't want anything to do with him because all they said was "naaa".

    Horses: Horses would just say "neigh".

    Okay, now everyone else jump in and help me here. I am all out of fresh, or stale, ideas.
     
  2. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    Not to mention, "knowledge of life on a farm."

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    Sorry. The old farm boy in my insisted on coming out for a minute or two.
     
  3. Earth Wind and Fire

    Earth Wind and Fire Well-Known Member
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    The MacDonald clan is one of the top Highland Clans in Scotland, primarily in the NW Portion of the Highlands. Now either they were good Presbyterians or they were Catholics.....but Willis, Ive gotta tell ya, farm animals generally dont talk to humans so maybe you want to stay away from the still when posting! :laugh:
     
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    Posting around a still can be dangerous!
     
  5. Archie the Preacher

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    Little known information...

    In fact, the animals do talk. Humans just don't understand them.

    However, the more uisge consumed, the more the animals make sense. :rimshot!:
     
  6. convicted1

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    Brother, I've been around animals all my life. Now, I haven't been around cows and horses that much, but I've seen and fed enough dogs and chickens to shake a stick at. We always kept a couple hogs until my parent's BP got too high. And then we've had ducks, guineas(they never shut up!!!), a few pheasants, about three cows, but never owned a horse. So I am quite familair with livestock.
     
  7. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    It was a joke, C1. Relax and enjoy the show. :thumbsup:

    (Reference was to cows not coming until he called them ... cows will come to you at the drop of a hat thinking you have 1) food, 2) face fly creme, or 3) want to milk them.
     
  8. convicted1

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    I know you were "joshing" me, I was just wanting to make a point. Most baptists do this to a fault, and I'm no different than them. :D :wavey:
     
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