Edgar “Frosty” Potter
Have you ever wondered how cowboys communicate?
Here are 11 examples of describing “hot”.
So hot it’d slip hair on a polar bear.
So damn hot that if a man died an’ went to hell, he’d feel like wirin’ home for a couple blankets
The heat would loosen the bristles on a wild hog.
If somebody had stuck a fork in me, they’d a-found me well done.
It took me two hours to blow a cup of coffee cool.
Even the shade of a bob-wire fence didn’t help me.
So damned hot the prunes started a stewin’ in their own juice.
So hot and dry a grass-widder wouldn’t take root.
We had to feed the chickens cracked ice to keep ’em from layin’ hard-boiled aigs.
Hot ‘nough to sunburn a horned toad.
So damn dry, the bushes follow the dogs around.