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I was enjoying a drink with John Kerry at my local bar. After telling him a somewhat boring story, I capped it with this: "Straight from the horse's mouth, I tell you."
He didn't respond, so I ordered another beer. He did too.
A few minutes later, I found myself in the middle of a joke without a punchline in sight. So I closed with this: "You never look a gift horse in the mouth!"
After a few quiet moments, I looked down into my half-finished beer. I felt pretty tired. I couldn't believe we lost the election.
Date Written: August 02, 2005Comments:
Average Vote: 3.66667
08/4/2005 Will Disney: Because the man looks like a horse, right?
08/4/2005 Will Disney: man, what a schmuck.
08/4/2005 Litcube: Double you tee eyuff?
08/4/2005 Partytime: Cube, just take out a few words and it all makes sense.
08/4/2005 Partytime: I was enjoying with John at my local bar.
A boring horse's mouth.
He didn't respond. He did too.
A few minutes later, I found myself in the middle of a horse in the mouth!
After a few quiet moments, I felt pretty tired.
08/5/2005 Litcube: Ooohh!
08/5/2005 Ewan Snow (4): I'll give this four on the assumption that it was not intended to mean that Kerry has a horse face. Though he *does* have a horse face, this is funnier if it just so happens that the speaker uses two horse cliches for no real reason, and then feels awkward about it...
08/5/2005 Dylan Danko (4): Agree with Snow.
08/5/2005 The Rid (3):