Friday, May 26, 2006

Bull Exhibit

One for the road. Have a wonderful weekend, folks.

A man took his wife to the rodeo and one of their first stops
was the breeding bull exhibit. They went up to the first pen
and there was a sign attached that said, "This bull mated
50 times last year."

The wife playfully nudged her husband in the ribs and said,
"See .. He mated 50 times last year ... once-a-week."

They walked to the second pen which had a sign attached that
said, "This bull mated 120 times last year."

The wife gave her husband a healthy jab and said, "That's more
than twice a week! You could learn a lot from him."

They walked to the third pen and it had a sign attached that
said, in capital letters, "This bull mated 365 times last year."

The wife, so excited that her elbow nearly broke her husband's
ribs, said, "That's once-a-DAY. You could REALLY learn something
from this one."

The husband looked at her and said, "Go over and ask him if it was
with the same cow."

NOTE: The husband's condition has been upgraded from critical to stable and the doctors say after months of rehab and a couple more surgeries he
will likely be okay.


  1. LOLOL!!! Happy Weekend, Happysurfer

  2. haahah nice one. :)

    take care

  3. this is funny! hahaha..

  4. Hi Happysurfer. ....
    I found your blog page last night and thought it very good.
    I would like your permision to place a link to it on my blog page,
    Would that be alright?.
    Regards - Mick.

  5. Omigod...what a disaster in Java!

    Happy, are you and your family okay???!?

  6. Anonymous10:55 PM

    OMG ... so she went to Java with her family???
    I pray that everything will be fine them

  7. I asked because I had no idea how it affected the surrounding area (still thinking about the last big earthquake that happened in Indonesia). I guess it didn't.

    I guess KL is a bit far from there, isn't it? I guess that's what happens when gut feelings overwhelm reason.

  8. Anonymous3:31 PM

    MM, oh, i see, and i'm still wondering why would anyone head to java islands for vacation when the mt merapi is still "brewing" with volcanic activity. yup, java island is quite far, but if it's sumatra, that's different.

  9. Hey, LB. Hope your weekend was great.

    Spinnee, hi! You take care too. "You Tube" sure lightens up the day, some.

    Winn, I thought so too. haha..

  10. Hi Mick, thank you for visiting and leaving a comment. Thanks for the compliment. I have much to thank for for the super-people who visit my blog and sharing their thoughts and ideas. Readers who leave comments breathe life into a site, don't you think?

    I've visited your blog and I think it's a very good one too. Actually, I'm thrilled to have someone from a different place and background come visit. I shall look forward to exploring your blog.

    By all means, please link to my blog. I'll do the same here, if you don't mind. Cheerio!

  11. Aww.... MM, you are so sweet. Thank goodness, KL is quite a distance from where the earthquake occurred. Yes, it's a terrible thing to be happening. Can't imagine what it'll be like if the volcano actually erupts. God forbid.

    Slurp!, thank you too. Luckily for Sumatra, Malaysia was spared the last time though the northern region was affected. Did Sgp feel the tremor of the recent quake?

  12. Anonymous10:47 PM

    yeah, fortunately most part of west malaysia were actually shield by the sumatra away from those boundary plates. certainly hope the earthquake, while a bad news itself, sort of reduced the magnitude of mt merapi volcano.

    no tremor felt here ... *phew*

  13. Slurp!, glad that Sgp was also not affected. :)

  14. aiyo,... violent woman again..

  15. Robin, see what LOVE can do to a woman! haha......