BY PETER MULLER, V.P. C.A.S.H.
A hunter was cruising along a back country road when all of a sudden
he drove into a huge mud hole right in the center of the road. Being
hopelessly stuck, he walked down the road to find help.
A short jaunt down the road, he came upon an old farmer with a
4-wheel drive and a winch. When the hunter told the old farmer about his
predicament, the old-timer said, “I’ll pull you out, but it will cost
you $100.” The hunter was in quite a bind and was forced to pay the old
After he was freed from the mud hole, the hunter complained, “At the
high prices that you charge I’m surprised you’re not pulling people out
of the mud full-time.”
“Can’t,” replied the old farmer. “It takes me the better part of the
day to haul water for the hole.”
Two friends were hunting near a river when a funeral procession
passes over the nearby bridge. One of the hunters takes off his orange
hunting cap and holds it close to his chest until the procession passes
by, then replaces it on his head. The other hunter is impressed by this
and remarks that he is touched by the other’s respect for the funeral,
to which the hunter replies: “It’s the least I could do, my mom would
have been 75 years next week.”
A hunter was driving by a field and sees another hunter trying to row
a boat in the middle of a muddy field. He drives over to him and shouts,
“It’s idiots like you that give us hunters a bad name, and if I could
swim I would come over there and kick your butt!”
A couple of hunters were driving around in Louisiana when they came
to a sign that told them they were almost to Natchitoches.
They started arguing about how to pronounce the name of the town.
Finally they stopped for lunch. After getting their food, one of the
hunters said to the cashier, “Can you settle an argument for us? Can you
tell us very slowly, where we are?”
The cashier leaned over the counter and said: “Buuurrrrrr-Gerrrrrr
SECOND ANNUAL HUNTER JOKE CONTEST:
Send us your jokes and the winner (we time our laughter) will be
announced in the next issue of the Courier. Jokes will be published at
the discretion of the editor.