Ahead of their show at the Soho Theatre, genuine cowboys Eddy Hare and Will Rowland review the top ranked cowboy products on Amazon to save you the trouble.
We felt adorable in this get up but it simply wasn’t up to the job of ranch work. The material is flimsy and our legs and tummies were cold. Gusset was shredded right through after one day’s riding.
It’s important to keep the track of the seasons out here in the Wild West, so this cowboy calendar seemed perfect. Not a cowboy in sight though. It’s a sad world we live in where calendar companies can dupe honest consumers like this.
A horse for £27.95 is just too good to be true. Don’t be fooled by the trickery in this photygraph, those aren’t his real legs dangling off the side. You actually have to walk the horse yourself by putting your legs into its hind legs?? Stupid horse ruined my cousin’s last cattle drive.
When a mysterious salesman came to town hawking Cowboy Magic, we just had to try it. Been using this for 6 weeks now and the powers still haven’t kicked in. Hard not to feel like a sucker.
Randi Alexander’s done it again! In her ninth collection of short stories about life on the ranch the cowboys are badder than ever. You’ll be busting up at these goofy guys and the fine mess they get themselves into. Whether it’s tripping over a pail of milk at the dairy farm, leaving the latch off the corral or getting trampled by their own pigs, these clumsy compadres truly are the worst cowboys around.
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