Cougar Hunting

Two good Montana buddies were out hunting for a cougar that was killing their sheep. They staked out an area of the woods near their fields, and waited.

After a while, sure enough, there came the cougar. They patiently waited until it was
close, and then they both jumped up and shot it at the same time. They couldn’t tell whose bullet had taken the cougar’s life!

They decided to share the credit, and also to have the cougar stuffed, and they decided to take turns keeping the stuffed cougar.

However, this arrangement turned out not to be to their liking. Instead, they decided to divide the stuffed cougar in two, and flip a coin for who would get which end. Bill lost, and ended up with a mounted trophy of the cougar’s rear.

So even though shooting the cougar was a great sporting victory, Bill thought, … it was nothing but a catastrophe.

14 Responses

  1. Ah, puns. They make me groan and laugh at the same time, which is a very strange noise, believe me.

  2. d peace, a punster approves of the groans :) btw – love your blog.

  3. Not the cougars I would normally hunt – 4 cougars please

  4. As all the Animals visiting this Bloggissimum Excellentissum, this is no matter laughing

    It will only be a Sport, when Cougars have guns … and can shoot back

    G E

  5. [...] Cougar Hunting Bullfrog’s comment on a previous post referred to a four-year-old TV commercial which was removed from our screens following some [...]

  6. bullfrog, I hunted it down – it was “FIVE cougars, please”

    Herr G eaGle, or if the hunters are armed with daggers.

  7. I do not approve of cougar hunting.

  8. WC, Neither do I – but I’ll do anything for a pun :)

  9. Hey, thanks for the compliment. :)

  10. This one is particularly bad. Keep it up.

  11. “They make me groan and laugh at the same time”

    Archie’s just make me groan, roll my eyes and smack myself on the forehead for having read to the bottom of the post once again.

  12. mister anchovy, I shall.

    az, yeeehaaaa – got another one :) There’s more where that came from.

  13. The cougars I traditionally hunt require skill and cunning. The beast is best approached with a G&T or similar.

  14. Metro, ahh, the Bar-Hugging Cougar. Not a rare species.

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