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Old 06-08-2002, 14:13   #1
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That'll teach that old rooster!

My aunt just told me this story. It must have taken place sometime in the 60's. She had just finished gathering the eggs from the chicken barn and was returning to the house, when a mean old rooster jumped her from behind knocking her bucket of eggs to the ground breaking them all. Well she grabbed that rooster and said "You must be taught a lesson." She took him to a water tank and dunked his head in the water till it was thourghly subdued. My aunt said from that day the rooster showed her much more respect.;f
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Old 06-08-2002, 14:26   #2
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Similar incident involved a mean Siamese cat and a toilet ride.

Don't wait around to see if the cat is mad, wet claws are on the way.
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