New Quarter Horse Cloned At UNC!

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Anonymous said...

What did the horse say to his neighbor?
Howdy NEIGH-bor!

What is a horse’s favorite bear?
Whinny the Pooh!

Why couldn’t the pony talk?
Because she was a little hoarse!

What do horses use when they have a stuffy nose?
Neiiiiiiiiigh-sal spray!

What kind of money do horses use?
Horse sense! (cents)

Knock- knock.
Who’s there?
Whinny who?
Whinny-yuh gonna be home?

What is a horse’s favorite state?
Maine! (mane)

What am I if I have a sore throat and can’t talk?
Hoarse! (horse)

What is a horse’s favorite kind of tale?
A farrier (fairy-er) tale!

Where do horses stay in a hotel?
In the bridle suite!

What is the quickest way to mail a little horse?
Use the Pony Express.

What does it mean if you find a horse shoe?
Some poor horse is walking around in his socks.

What kinds of horse breeds jump higher than a house?
All of them! Houses can’t jump!

A man rode to a hotel on June 3rd, stayed a week and rode out on June 3rd. How is this possible?
His horse was named June 3rd!

What is as big as a horse and weighs nothing?
A horse shadow.

What kind of horse only comes out at night?
A night mare.

What kind of horse is on the new quarter?
A quarter horse of course!

Professor Howdy said...

A UNC grad walks into a store. Curious about a shiny
object, he asks, "What is that?"
The store clerk responds, "It's a thermos."
The UNC grad then asks, "What does it do?"
The clerk says "It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold."
So the UNC grad buys one.
The next day, he brings it to work. His boss, also a UNC
grad, asks, "What is that shiny object?"
He replies "It's a thermos."
The boss asks, "What does it do?"
"It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold."
The boss then asks, "What do you have in there?"
"Two cups of coffee and a popsicle."

Professor Howdy said...

NEW "Periodic Elements"

Valuable scientific data. A proposed new addition to the
periodic table (from Chemistry class) elements:

Element Name: WOMAN
Symbol: WO
Atomic Weight: (don't even go there)
Physical properties: Generally round in form. Boils at nothing
and may freeze at any time. Melts whenever treated properly.
Very bitter if mishandled.
Chemical properties: Very active. Highly unstable. Possesses
strong affinity with gold, silver, platinum, and precious stones.
Volatile when left alone. Able to absorb great amounts of exotic
food. Turns slightly green when placed next to a shinier specimen.
Usage: Highly ornamental. An extremely good catalyst for dispersion
of wealth. Probably the most powerful income reducing agent known.
Caution: Highly explosive in inexperienced hands.

Professor Howdy said...

Professionals Define:
"What is a kiss?"

Here's how the professors of different subjects
define the same word, *kiss*, in different ways:

**Prof. of Algebra:
Kiss is infinity because two divided by nothing.

**Prof. of Geometry:
Kiss is the shortest distance between two lips.

**Prof. of Physics:
Kiss is the contraction of mouth due to the
expansion of the heart.

**Prof. of Chemistry:
Kiss is the reaction of the interaction between
two hearts.

**Prof. of Zoology:
Kiss is the interchange of salivary bacteria.

**Prof. of Dentistry:
Kiss is infectious and antiseptic.

**Prof. of Accountancy:
Kiss is a credit because it is profitable when returned.

**Prof. of Economics:
Kiss is that thing for which the demand is always
higher than the supply.

**Prof. of English:
Kiss is a noun that is used as a conjunction; it is
more common than proper; it is spoken in the plural
and it is applicable to all.

**Prof. of Computer Science:
What is a kiss? It looks to be an undefined variable.

**Prof. of Statistics:
Kiss is an event whose probability depends on the
vital statistics of 36-24-36.

Asher said...

I like the picture of the quarter horse! hehehe. Funny!!! ^^_

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