And then his hooves / Got turned to glue.
It is OK to eat cows but wrong to eat horses. I don’t know why.
keep trying, sheriff
I sort of think that Horse Stu is in bad taste.
Almost a nice try Earl ;-)
And when he died
As old horses do
I was still able to have
Some old horse Stew.
Don’t have the reference, but somewhere from the Bible is the instruction to eat animals with cloven hooves only.
Your old paint needs a paint job, Earl!
What “spurred” Earl to become a cowboy? Probably old movies!
Horse stew, Earl?
or was his name ‘Glew’ but with an ‘ue’?
It’s kind of food when made right it’s oh so good
Give it up Earl! A poet you’re not!
Siege of Leningrad, WW2, first the horses and mules, then the cats, dogs and rats, last the corpses of the dead.
Sorry , again no Roscoe in the script or Muffin for that matter . : (
Who knew Earl had such unexpected depths?!? BTW, LUV the hat. . .
Brits eat horse meat. I prefer cow. Tastes better than sheep. Don’t ask me how.
I sold him to
a boy named Sue
Mr. Ed is not amused.
reminds me of Boom, Like That…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sYK2RwH5E8
My grandfather use to say that one should not name their food. Hence, we didn’t name the chickens, pigs or cows. However, a couple of times he called the pigs, Tasty.
I have a horse. I named him Mayo because sometimes Mayo neighs.
I once read a comic; it featured a moron; who oft made me vomit; and I’d slam the door on.
A Nameless horse is way better than Stu.
Horses are forbidden in OT
Old Stewball was a racehorse and I wish he were mine. He never drank water, he always drank wine…..
Get rid of the hat. It aint workin.
Earl looks so ridiculous wearing a cowboy hat.
Cowboy Earl, and his loyal companion “Roscoe the Wonderdog”!
Stew on that a while.
I took care of horses and other animals on my uncle’s farm in NY every year for 3 months before going back to school, plus the other farm animals. I could never ever eat horse meat. Sorry people but to me they were for riding. Period. JMHO
Should have done it the other way:I have a horse/his name is Stew./Spelled like the dish,/not with a U.