I'm not the funniest person in the world, and I've been known to
mess up a joke when I repeat it.
Where I'm from, we have Boudreaux and Thibodeaux jokes
(Boo-drow and Tibb-a-dough). They're your regular idiots from
Louisiana. I am sharing some of these jokes with you guys.
Enjoy. P.S. I know there's spelling errors. It's all in the
Boudreaux and Thibodeaux go see a movie. Boudreaux, in the middle
of the movie, turns to Thibodeaux and says, "Betcha five bucks he
falls off da horse."
"You're on" says Thibodeaux.
Sure enough, the guy in the movie falls off his horse. Thibodeaux
hands his friend the five bucks.
Boudreaux admits, "I seen this movie before. I knew
he'd fall off da horse." He hands him back the money.
Thibodeaux tells him, "I seen this movie before, too.
I just din't he'd be stupid enough to fall off his horse again!"
Boudreaux and Thibodeaux are standing next to their car,
realizing they've locked the keys inside. "Do you have a hanger?"
Boudreaux says, "Mais, non"
Thibodeaux asks, "Well, ya have yer phone? We can
call a car-lock place"
Boudreaux says, "Non, it's in da car."
Thibodeaux says, "Well, we had better hurry up. It's
starting to rain and da convertible top is down!"
Boudreaux was sitting in the City Bar in Maurice, Louisiana, one
Saturday night, and had several beers under his belt. After a
while, he looked at the guy sitting next to him, and asked him,
"Hey, you wanna hear a good Aggie joke, you?"
The big guy replied, "Let me tell you something. I'm an oil field
roughneck, I weigh 270 pounds, and I don't like Cajuns. My buddy
here is a pro football player, weighs 300 pounds, and he doesn't
like Cajuns either. His friend on his other side is a
professional wrestler, weighs 320 pounds, always has a chip on
his shoulder, and he likes Cajuns even less than we do, and we
are all Aggies. Do you really want to tell us an Aggie joke ?"
Boudreaux, all 150 pounds of Cajun attitude, told him, "Mais, I
guess not. After all I don't want have to explain it three times