The Horse

Joke ID#4349
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Submitted ByGr8GiRL
Corrected By schatzy228
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George W. Bush was invited to visit the Queen of England. The Queen gets her finest horses and buggy. When Bush gets off the plane, and onto the buggy, Bush and the Queen ingage in a conversation. In the middle of their conversation, one of the horse let out a really big, really smelly fart. The Queen quickly apoligizes and says "I'm sorry, theirs somethings not even a Queen can control." Bush replies "Ma'am, if you wouldn't have said anything, I would have thought it was the horse."

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Posted by Drunky Jan 15, 2005

Excellent joke

Comment score: 5  

Posted by Knightdog Jan 31, 2005

What an idiot he is!

Comment score: 0  

Posted by munkieluver Mar 28, 2005

sorry my brother made that last comment sorry about that he just doesn't understand!

Comment score: 2  

Posted by Bunnyman123 Apr 08, 2005

that was excellent! nice job

Comment score: 4  

Posted by rocklover5592 May 25, 2005

i thought it was the horse too until she said that.....hahahaha

Comment score: -1  

Posted by professor91210 May 29, 2005

Classic!!!! I love the jokes about Bush!!

Comment score: 1  

Posted by ac3p1l07 Jun 18, 2005

It was Hilarious even though its slightly dissing Bushes intel.

Comment score: 3  

Posted by megmeg504 Jul 11, 2005

i don't see why you all don't lyke president Bush! he is the leader of your country, and a good one at that! i mean, i respect your right, freedom of speach, but that right shouldn't be used on our president. mabey if all of you would accuttally listen to the newws or do reasearch on the president, you all would respect him!

Comment score: -1  

Posted by Sarah5225766 Jul 14, 2005

this is gr8grl (got a new name) anyway, i did my research, did you? did you know that not only is this war killing millions, and harming iraq (now, alot of fathers who supported there families are dead and tiny kids have to work crappy jobs) and when they do find a new leader, what's stopping him from being the same way, or doing w/e he wants. But also the waste of money were using to kill others. W/ the money we spent so far in iraq, we could have provided 8,756,197 students four-year scholarships at public universities, or we could have ensured that every kid in the world was given basic immunizations for 60 years. and we're still spending about $1,000 per second. And, would you like to tell me the reason for this war, cuz i can't find it. And the new war he wants to start in iran? forget the war, what about the fact that millions of dollars are suddenly missing from america's bank account? because i doubt it was just misplaced.

Comment score: 0  

Posted by dreaming2045 Jul 16, 2005

I agree w/ Sarah, and megmeg not everybody voted for bush.

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Posted by tsurt Jul 18, 2005

The important thing here is not that not everyone voted for him, it is the fact the voting is not compulsory in America and its a fact that a large majority of americans actually didn't vote, but so many people are complaining about him. This brings out the importance of a democracy. It is important to vote.

Comment score: 3  

Posted by imlaughin Jul 31, 2005

i agree with sarah 2, at least there r a few people paying attention in the u.s.

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Posted by Sarah5225766 Aug 04, 2005

Bush wouldn't have won if he didn't put the whole gay marriage into the voting thing too. It should have been a totally seperate thing, on a totally seperate day. Bush knew he wouldn't win, that's why he added the whole gay marriage thing to it. Ppl who weren't even for bush, or wouldn't normally vote went out just for the gay issues.

Comment score: 0  

Posted by seandidy Oct 12, 2005

I think the joke was good even if its only a new variation of an old gag.But the the fact is,whatever your opinions are- if any -they don't belong on this part of the site unless it relates directly to the joke.That being said I respect your debate,but please move it to another forum. I.E. Wocka's comunity message board.

Comment score: 5  

Posted by taran083 Dec 07, 2005

I think i have more respect for you seandidy, i totally agree. and sarah, your wrong, i am IN the military and have been sent to iraq and i 100% support Bush on this, however, if you want to debate this more, send it to my spam email addy "" i'll promise to check it once a year.

Comment score: -1  

Posted by Sarah5225766 Dec 08, 2005

that's okay taran, i don't feel i need to debate anymore. my opinions are stated above and they still haven't changed. Don't get me wrong, i do support the troops over in iraq and I wish the best for them, however, i can not say that I support the reason for them being over there. And that isn't anything against the troops, they are just trying to help and they are risking their lives for it. if you wish, you could e-mail me at

Comment score: 0  

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