He’s wild and woolly and full of fleas and never been curried above the knees.
not baaaaaad Wooly! you have shear talent!
LOL!! This is so funny, and will cause so many good bad puns. I’ll be back!
There’ll never be another ewe, Woolly.
Dang right. They should grow up to be sheepboys.
Matti told Hatti about a thing she saw, It had two big horns and a woolly jaw…
I’ll never smoke weed with Willie again.
This must be what they mean about the “Wild and Wooly West”!
Do LLama Mammas wear pajamas?
♪ like a band of sheepsies we go down the highway…
LOL! Love Wooly Nelson!
Woolly’s friends with the Deli Llama.
Depending on the audience, he may get “MOO’s” or “BAA’s”.
That sir, is a classic!
It’s all going to pot, writing is on the wool.
Q: Where do sheep go for a haircut? A: The Baa Baa shop.
Next up, “A Song for Ewe”
Cow mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be cow-men.
The braids make it! All he needs is a joint and he’d be rockin’ the joint!
This is a woolly bad gag., Is that Sheb Wooley on stage?
Ouch! Good one though.
You fleeced us again Scott.
M*OL (*or whatever sound it is when you laugh and moan simultanously)
In his encore set, he sang “Ewe were always on my mind” , and “There’ll never be another Ewe”.
I’ll be he fleeced the crowd for the tickets.
Mr. Hilburn reeeeeeally stretching on this one. Must be hard to come up with a comic every day. Salute!
Don’t let them lambs grow up to be cowboys?
Why not? There would be no serious ramifications.