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Old 06-26-2022, 09:09 AM   #1
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I’ve never cursed!

To any of you who worked cattle.
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“You almost made it in, except for the language you used when talking about your pupils in the teachers’ lounge.”

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I’ve always thought loading cattle is the best training for raising teenagers. Actually raising cattle is a lot like raising children. Cute when they’re young, ornery as they get older, and about the time you’re use to their bad habits, they go away. And the whole time they’re around - they leave their crap laying everywhere.
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I had to send that one to the dairy farmer relatives....
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Old 06-29-2022, 09:13 AM   #5
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“You almost made it in, except for the language you used when talking about your pupils in the teachers’ lounge.”

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I taught 7th Grade Math one year, and by the end of the school year, yep that was me!
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If the title is true, I would be willing to bet you have never hit your shin on a trailer hitch!
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If the title is true, I would be willing to bet you have never hit your shin on a trailer hitch!
Everyone who has never done that, stand on your head and clap your hands.
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