Match the Cowboy Slang to its definition

Match the Cowboy Slang to its Definition

It is time for some good ole fun, with nothing to try to figure out. You will need some knowledge of the cowboy slang from the good ole days. I happen to get 100% on this test. I was the only one that got 100% out of 50 that took the test. Shows that I was a good little farm boy when I lived on my uncle’s farm during the summers.

Before we get this tough test, (I love giving tests from my teaching days,) I want to remind you that if you subscribe to my free newsletter, you will a free download of my eBook that is called, The Top 25 ways to Survive in a troubled World. It is very timely, and the cover alone is something you need to see. It brings back memories of 9-11. You can subscribe by going to the right side bar and clicking on the icon that tells you that you will get a free download if you subscribe.

When you subscribe you also will automatically be placed in drawings for books that are # 1 seller with the author’s autograph and personal notes to you in them. You should do that now before you forget. You can come back to the test. I will have the answers to the test on tomorrow evenings post on this site.

Ok! Here comes the test. It is a matching test. Pick the words from column two that match the words in column one. Put the letter in front of the matching word on the blank behind the correct word on the left.

The person who has the most right answers, and has the earliest time in plus their email address will be able to choose one of two top selling books with the author’s autograph and personal notes in them. The two choices for the winner of this test are: The Shack, by William Paul Young. This book has been # 1 on the New York Times best selling list for 58 weeks straight! There other book to choose from is Three Cups of Tea, by David Relin. This book has been # 1 in its category for 152 weeks straight. It also has the author’s autograph and personal note in it.

GOOD LUCK!!!

1. BAZOO_____ A. DRINK
2. ABOVE SNAKES____ B. ORPHAN CALF
3. HOOSEGOW____ C. LIKE
4. DICKER___ D. BUCKING HORSE
5. YELLOW BELLY____ E. ALIVE
6. IRON HORSE___ F. WAIT AROUND
7. GRUB_____ G. COWARD
8. BEND AN ELBOW___ H. FOOD
9. BONE ORCHARD___ I. BARTER, TRADE
10. CROCKER___ J. RAILROAD TRAIN
11. COOT___ K. RIDICULOUS
12. BENDER___ L. JAIL
13. CROW BAIT___ M. MOUTH
14. DOGIE___ N. PESSIMIST
15. COTTON TO___ O. BAD-QUALITY HORSE
16. FLANNEL MOUTH___ P. CEMETERY
17. GRASSED___ Q. SMOOTH TALKER
18. HANG FIRE___ R. DRUNK
19. HORSE FEATHERS___ S. SIMPLETON, NINNY
20. HURRICANE DECK___ T. THROWN FROM A HORSE

OUT!

One Reply to “Match the Cowboy Slang to its definition”

  1. Rather interesting. Has few times re-read for this purpose to remember. Thanks for interesting article. Waiting for trackback

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