There is a traditional sport in Ireland, called "cliff shoving." It
involves a rodent called a rarie being pushed off a cliff. The idea is
to see who can get the poor animal to go over the edge with the least
effort. But these days, people aren't so keen on blood sports. So, the
raries are pushed into a shallow pit instead. Recently, an Australian
took part. During a break, he mentioned that he'd flown 18 hours to get
there. "But I knew it would be a long flight," he said. "After all,
it's a long way to tip a rarie." :lol: :lol:
:neutral: I dont get it. But on another note..
A farmer owns a horse and a chicken, who become best friends. One day while walking through the woods the horse gets stuck in the mud. He sends the chicken back to the get the farmer to help get him out. When the chicken arrives at the farm house he finds that the farmer has gone to town. The chicken then sees the farmers harley and rides it into the woods to the horse. He then throws a rope to the horse and pulls him out. About a week later once again the chicken and the horse are walking through the woods. This time the chicken falls in a mud hole and gets stuck. He tells the horse to go get the farmer. The horse says he thinks he can get him out. He then strattles the mud hole and hangs his "Junk" down and tells the chicken to grab it. The chicken grabs it and the horse picks him up and out of the mud hole..........
The moral of the story is.....If your hung like a horse, you dont need a harley to pick up chicks!!!