Wild

No one could tame the unicorn. He was horn to be wild.
It’s sad that a family can be torn apart by something as simple as wild dogs.
"Bone to be wild."
Did you hear about the skeleton that was almost picked apart by a group of wild dogs?
He marrowly escaped.
A lot of conflict in the Wild West could have been avoided if the cowboy city planners had just made their towns big enough for everyone.
There was a boisterous boy called Joe
Who loved to play in the fresh falling snow.
He went sledging one day
On his wild husky powered sleigh,
Tumbled tumultuously and broke his big toe.
What sickness do cowboys get from riding wild horses?
Bronchitis.
What do you call a dog from the Wild West?
Clint Eastwoof.
Most of us spend the first six days of the week sowing wild oats, then we go to church on Sunday and pray for a crop failure. -- Fred Allen
A lot of conflict in the Wild West could have been avoided if the cowboy city planners had just made their towns big enough for everyone.
The $5000 Desk
The $5000 Desk Stanley is looking for a new desk for his office and he spots one that looks perfect in an antique shop window. He goes inside and asks the shopkeeper how much it is. “That desk is going for $5000,” says the shopkeeper. “$5000 for an old desk? That’s outrageous!” exclaims Stanley. “Ah,” says the shopkeeper, “but this is a magic desk.” He turns to the desk and asks, “Desk, how much money do I have in my pocket?” The desk taps one of its legs on the floor four times. The shopkeeper turns out his pocket and, sure enough, there are four dollar coins there. “Wow, that’s pretty cool,” says Stan. “Alright, desk, how much money does my wife have in her bank account?” At this, the desk goes wild, manically banging all four of its legs up and down repeatedly for over five minutes non-stop. “Darn, where did she get all THAT from?” wonders Stanley. The desk’s legs slide apart and its drawers drop down.
What's 6 inches long, 2 inches wide and drives women wild? a $100 bill.