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...quite regularly, apprently
What do you call a horse in a pub?
and someone brought a horse into the pub. He led it out the back door but not before it had done a shit in the pool-room.
your trousers got a rip in them?
he can't hear you!
an Irishman and a Scotsman.
The Englishman was generally pretty clever. The Scotsman was mean and the Irishman was well stupid.
ask the people who owned the pub.
It's The George in Fenstanton.
did the donkey get for lunch?
...about half hour, if he was lucky
he'd just nip to Texaco across the road and grab a Ginsters
Do they like them?
I've never fed a donkey before so I wouldn't know.
Where I come from feeding a donkey is seen as a rite of passage.
a crazy rich (sorry, eccentric) man who lived in a very large, expensive house by the river kept a mule (called Honkey) in his garden, much to the annoyance of the very expensive hotel next door, who sued him to try and get the mule removed.
ah... good times.
My lovely horse,
running through the field.
Where are you going
with your fetlocks blowing in the wind?
I want to shower you with sugar lumps,
and ride you over fences.
Polish your hooves every single day,
and bring you to the horse dentist.
My lovely horse,
you’re a pony no more.
Running around with a man on your back,
like a train in the night
like a train in the night...
the real-life Quantum Leap.
Reports suggest that her first words upon entering the bar that morning were 'oh boy'.
Q: What does Bryan Ferry's donkey say?
(That doesn't work very well written down.)