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Old 09-12-2005, 01:12 PM   #2601
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Ahh depends on the races....I'd rather sit and watch chucks or chariots to "normal" races and when there is barrel racing that is my cew to get another beer and hit the rest area..

steer wrastling or calf roping
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Old 09-12-2005, 01:13 PM   #2602
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I've only seen that on tv...
But, I always feel sorry for the baby cows so I'll
go with the steers.

square dancing
or country line dancing

sorry... I"m out of rodeo and horse ideas.
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Old 09-12-2005, 01:16 PM   #2603
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can I do both? Thet are both so much fun!!

Oh and it really doesnt hurt the calves at all....

Thats ok didnt think you had more than what you did i was rather shocked...lol...kidding missy....

waltz or jive?
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You can have both!

Jive.

Travis Tritt
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Toby Keith?
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Travis Tritt....Toby Keith is the MOST arrogant SOB around....

Shania Twain or Trisha Yearwood
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Quote:
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Travis Tritt....Toby Keith is the MOST arrogant SOB around....

Shania Twain or Trisha Yearwood

But, he's so dang cute!

I like Trisha's old stuff... but Shania has great songs
and I would DIE for a flat tummy like hers!

Music from the 70's
or the 80's?
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Old 09-12-2005, 01:21 PM   #2607
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Jeepers all these HeeHaw stuff!! I am out of this until the subject changes!!

Just kidding, keep on having fun, girls!!
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Old 09-12-2005, 01:23 PM   #2608
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lol.. don't worry the subject will change soon. It always does.
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Okay I saw it changed... I must confess I do like some of those 80's Cheez... 70's are a bit too far back for me...

Well talking about 80's...
Poison or New Order?
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ooo they are both so good....I even like back to the 50's......

boot cut or slim fit jeans
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