Boudreaux's Aggie Joke

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Boudreaux was sitting in the City Bar in Maurice, La. one Saturday
night, and had several beers under his belt. After a while, he looks at
the guy sitting next to him, and asks him, "Hey, you wanna hear a good
Aggie joke, you?

The big guy replies, "Let me tell you something. I'm an oilfield
roughneck, I weigh 270 pounds, and I don't like Cajuns. My buddy here is
a pro football player, weighs 300 pounds, and he doesn't like Cajuns
either. His friend on his other side, is a professional wrestler, weighs
320 pounds, always has a chip on his shoulder, and he likes Cajuns even
less than we do, and we are all Aggies. Do you really want to tell us an
Aggie joke?"

Boudreaux, all 150 pounds of Cajun attitude, tells him, "Well, I guess
not. After all I don't want to have to explain it three times!"

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