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Johnny and me rode our bikes out to the old Mill last Saturday to play in the pond. Thereís an old goat tied to a rope that lives near the mill. I bet Johnny Five dollars that he couldnít ride the goat.

Sure enough, Johnny hopped right on that old goat and road him like a bronco buster in a rodeo. He did okay too, until he tried to get off, thatís when the old goat kicked Johnny square in the nuts.

Johnny thought he was pretty smart lying there on the ground as I gave him Five dollars. Until I told him that if I knew the goat was going to kick him in the nuts...Iíd have paid him Ten.


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It wasn't my fault...I fell asleep and missed my stop.


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The following comments are for "Johnny's Sore Nuts"
by Jeff

lol
damn them goats :) good job! very short and cute.

( Posted by: Veruca Salt [Member] On: February 17, 2002 )

funny stuff
I like these quick hitters you're doing. They're genuinely funny, when their not genuinely cruel. Well...actually even the cruel ones are pretty funny.

Good job jeff,

Parteepants

( Posted by: Richard Dani [Member] On: February 17, 2002 )

*grin*
Hehe. That was worth reading. It made me wince, though!
I enjoyed the ending, though I thought you could have worded it a little differently to give it a better impact; it doesn't quite have the perfect comic timing as it stands, but I think that could be easily fixed.

( Posted by: Spudley [Member] On: December 31, 2002 )





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