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RE: [RC] Dear French/ Virginia Highlands - Downs, Daryl

Dear BFF,
I would never ask you (or any woman) your age, weight or true hair color. My mother raised me better than that! All I know is my new BFF (you) likes to party. With that said, I need not ask ages, weights, or even hair color... all I need to know is what time the party starts.
As for if I can handle the claw marks before jumping in... well, I plan to stay out of danger by being the gentleman Momma Downs raised me to be! Or at least try to be, with errors here and there.
As far as Jody and my newly acquired BFF relationship-- I heard a great speaker once say "we're so cool, we make ice cubes jealous". This describes us in full. I thank my BFF for keeping me in line and reminding me of the rules of what a gentleman should never ask a lady. What would I do without her?!
PS- I am still looking for a horse for Highlands... just throwing that out there.

From: Jody Rogers-Buttram [mailto:dragnin100@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thu 7/30/2009 9:47 AM
To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; Downs, Daryl
Subject: Re: [RC] Dear French/ Virginia Highlands

 To answer the questions that you have posted kind Sir, let me just say this:
There are a few things, that a true Gentleman never ask of a lady.
1.  Her age.
     Let's just say, that I am old enough to know better, yet young enough to enjoy it.
2. Her weight.
    My Arab horses can still carry me, but I am sure select one who has a larger butt than mine.
3. If her hair color is real.
    That my dear, is for me to know....and you to find out.  ;-)
As for attacking cougars....just be sure that you can handle the claw marks before jumping in.
(Daryl's  new BFF)

--- On Wed, 7/29/09, Downs, Daryl <dadowns@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: Downs, Daryl <dadowns@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [RC] Dear French/ Virginia Highlands
To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wednesday, July 29, 2009, 10:54 PM

In response to your post Sandra, I can not believe you would think I would do such a thing. BBQ you on the spot? Surely this would not happen, seeing as I love what your country has given my own. I can't see America without your country's fine gifts; like French fries, crepes, French toast and most enjoyable chocolate mousse. Yall are just super. Even if we Americans do enjoy a great BBQ.
Would I consider you a friend? You bet your French behind!
Jody is tougher than nails. Hair redder than fire trucks (insider source told me). Jody, I had bright red hair one time before too-- further establishing the fact that we are BFF.
As for attacking cougars... Well young cougar cub, you are pretty right about the likelihood of it being a losing battle. This is why I offer my hand in friendship, to said cougars- to avoid being mauled or ripped apart... or both.
Hope that clears things up Sandra :)
P.S.- While on the subject of Highlands, I need a horse too for Saturday... I can't take off of work again and that leaves me no time to get mine there. Hope someone can help me, or I will just go to party!
Sandra Wrote:
I want to come it sounds like fun, but now I'm really afraid: I'm French, you guys just might BBQ me on the spot!

If I still show up, would you consider make friend with me?

People usually think I'm nice, but, man, Jody, you sound like a tough one (not that I dislike it).

Daryl, don't attack the cougars, you won't win (my age makes me one of them, at least a cougar cub.

Re: [RC] Dear French/ Virginia Highlands, Jody Rogers-Buttram