Daily Joke: Barber Gives an Old Cowboy a Perfect Haircut
An old cowboy took a walk to a local barbershop for a clean shave and a haircut. He explained to the barber that he couldn't get a clean shave because of his wrinkled skin and the barber had a piece of unique equipment for it.
One evening, an old cowboy walked into a barbershop for a shave and a haircut. When he got into the shop, he told the barber he couldn't get all his whiskers off because his cheeks were wrinkled from age.
The barber then brought a little wooden ball from a cup on the shelf and told his old cowboy customer to put the wooden ball inside his cheek to spread out the skin.
When the old cowboy finished, he was pleased with what he saw in the mirror and told the barber that he just had the cleanest shave he's had in years.
Curious, the old cowboy wanted to know what would have gone wrong if he had swallowed the little wooden ball. The barber turned to him and said, "Just bring it back in a couple of days like everyone else does."
A COWBOY WALKED INTO A BAR
A cowboy walked into a bar and requested a double whiskey. The bartender asked about his day as she was pouring his drink and the cowboy complained about the problem he was having with his horses.
He said with a sad tone, "I have a problem with my horses, I want to train one of them to be a racehorse and the other to be a workhorse, but they look so similar I can't tell them apart!"
The bartender paused to think for a minute and suggested that the man cut off one of their manes. Excited, the man remarked that it was a great idea. He thanked the bartender and left.
A month later, the cowboy returned to the bar looking sad and depressed. The bartender approached him and asked about his horses. The cowboy explained that the mane trick worked at first, but then the hair grew back, and he couldn't tell them apart.
The bartender then suggested shaving the hair from one of their tails. The cowboy thought about it and noted that it might be a good idea. He finished his drink and left the bar.
After a month, the cowboy returned looking distraught and frustrated. He explained that the tails and mane of his horses are the same lengths again.
With mild irritation, the bartender asked, "Can't you just measure their height or something?" After a week, the cowboy joyously walked into the bar and hugged the bartender as she looked on with surprise. She asked him what was going on and the man screamed,
"It worked! The white horse is three inches taller than the black horse!"
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