August 09, 2019
A lady entered a bar and thought she was up for an exciting night after seeing an uncommon looking Cowboy. However, her assumptions about him didn't turn out as expected.
After what seemed like an endless day, a lady went to a bar in Waco to blow off some steam. She downed a few shots and was about to order for more when she noticed something unusual.
On the other side of the bar was a good-looking Cowboy. However, his adorable look wasn't what caught her attention. It was the Cowboy's enormously huge boots which left her ecstatic.
She walked up to him with a sheepish smile and asked:
"Is it true that men with big feet are well endowed?"
The Cowboy sensed some affection and answered in his "most gentleman-like" state. He said in a native accent:
"Sure is, little lady. Why don't you come on out to the bunkhouse and let me prove it to you?"
The lady was curious to know about the "old adage" and at the same time attracted to him. So she agreed to follow the Cowboy home and spent the night with him.
It was barely daybreak when the Cowboy woke up to see the lady already dressed up and about to leave his bunkhouse. She stared at him, pulled out a $100 bill, and handed it over to him.
"Ah'm real flattered. Ain't nobody ever paid me fer mah services before."
The Cowboy said this after he collected the cash.
The lady paused for a while and sat down to let him get dressed as well. Still feeling impressed by his "supposed actions," the Cowboy paced around his home singing.
He walked the lady out of the bunkhouse and was about to offer a goodbye kiss. Then she made an unexpected statement. The lady said:
"Don't be flattered. Take the money and buy yourself some smaller boots"
The Cowboy was baffled and it took a few minutes for him to understand what the lady meant with her previous gesture and statement.
After a while, he was finally able to pull the strings together, and could literally not keep his jaw closed.
He spent the next hundreds of seconds staring at his feet, and when he looked back up, the lady was gone. Guess the adage was wrong after all and she wasn't waiting to find out about more.