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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Quotes from The Trouble With Texas Cowboys

Today's quotes come from The Trouble With Texas Cowboys. There's a feud going on in Burnt Boot, Texas and the two feuding families have put Jill and Sawyer right in the middle of it! What's your favorite of the ones listed or do you have a different one! I'd love to hear it!

“Well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit, I'm livin' with a prophet.”
Carolyn Brown, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys

“An old black bull threw back his head and bawled when the cows behind him didn't keep up, as if telling them the breakfast buffet was about to be spread, and he wasn't waiting for grace.”
Carolyn Brown, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys

“You are full of shit, Sawyer O'Donnell. I believe that you invented the Blarney Stone instead of kissed it.”
Carolyn Brown, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys

“Are you kin to the Gallaghers or the Brennans?" Jill asked.
"Hell, no! If I was, I'd shoot myself in the head with this gun.”
Carolyn Brown, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys

 “Money is just dirty paper with dead presidents' pictures on it.”
Carolyn Brown, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys

“You aren't a nice cowboy. Are you going to break my heart so bad that I have to write a country song about it?”
Carolyn Brown, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys
 
“Be sure to get her home before midnight. She turns into a rabid coyote when the clock strikes twelve." Sawyer moved on down the bar to fill a pitcher with beer.
"That true, darlin'?" Tyrell asked.
"Got to take the bad with the good," Jill answered.”
Carolyn Brown, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys
 
“Did you ever hear of the turd theory?" she asked. He shook his head.
"It goes like this. You think if a certain obnoxious person wasn't in your life, then everything would be just peachy. Then that person is miraculously out of your life, and behold, another turd floats to the top," Jill said.”
Carolyn Brown, The Trouble with Texas Cowboys

7 comments:

  1. I love the turd theory! Oh so funny and oh so true. There are always going to be turds in life.

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    1. It's the gospel truth, isn't it, Millie?

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  2. Gotta go with "butter my butt and call me a biscuit." Made me laugh when I read that one.

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  3. I have to read this book so bad!! I say butter my butt and call me a biscuit all the time, it's my favorite saying. My son laughs at me because I say it all the time. This sounds like my kind of cowboy book. I'm definitely putting it on my to read list. Thank you ma'am for the great country sayings!!!😊😊😊

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    1. Thank you for dropping by, Therese! I'm afraid I talk just like I write!

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  4. “Did you ever hear of the turd theory?" she asked. He shook his head.
    "It goes like this. You think if a certain obnoxious person wasn't in your life, then everything would be just peachy. Then that person is miraculously out of your life, and behold, another turd floats to the top," Jill said.”
    This is a good one. I have plenty of turds in my family during my lifetime and the best thing to do is just flush them!

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