How to End a Teenage Romance, Crazy Cowboy Style
While living in Fort Christmas, I met an old cow hunter, Aubrey Partin. He was tough as a lighter’d knot. He carried whiskey in his canteen instead of water.
Aubrey and his wife had three teenage daughters who went to school in Orlando. One of these girls had a boyfriend. Aubrey didn’t like the boy but his wife liked him and refused to break the boy and girl up. One afternoon Aubrey found
out the boy was coming to their house that night and he decided to put a stop to the romance himself. He got a dog collar and put it on his neck, snapped a chain to the collar, then fastened this 15-foot chain to a post on the front porch. He then got his shaving mug with the soap and brush in it and set it down on the edge of the porch beside him.
When Aubrey heard the kid turn off the paved road, he got
the soap and brush and soaped all around his mouth like was foamin’ at the mouth.
The boy got out of the car and started to the house. Aubry
jumped off the porch runnin’ at him with open arms, foamin’ at the mouth. When he reached the end of the chain he hit the ground kickin’ his feet and a hollerin’. The kid left in a big hurry and never came back. End of the romance!
Moral of the Story: The Wild and Wooley fix worked.
(Later on Aubrey pulled out in front of a Greyhound bus in his jeep, drunk, and was killed.)
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Get Ready – The Fair is A Comin’
The great Suwannee River Fair is on its way complete with the beautiful new pavilion. Included here is the schedule and you will notice that the fair now includes a dog obedience program exhibition. Make your plans to join our youth as they exhibit their hard work for the year and their skills. This great program helps to keep our children in the realm of agriculture and community and out of the realm of trouble. Let’s support them.