Remember being a kid and growing up? Well these two do all the crazy stuff you remember and then some. Just growing up is an adventure; with these two it is a miracle.
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This is a collection of short stories about the adventures, or misadventures, of two best friends. These stories are based on stuff I have done growing or things my friends have done. I have been working on these stories for years. Now as I look back on these stories and those times, I am amazed that I lived to grow up or that any of us did.
I reached out to climb over and grabbed the wire. WAHOOO, that fence bit me and knocked my butt to the ground, I jerked my hand back shaking it, “Ow” I said, “that smarts”, like I had any.
Now I had had a little experience with electric from welding the bucking barrels. So being the genius that I was, one of the three geniuses standing around, I told the other two that if we got the fence wet it would shut it down.
Now Max being the genius that he was came up with the idea of peeing on the fence. I looked at Bubba, he looked at me, and we both shrugged our shoulders and said it sounded like a good idea. I mean why wouldn’t it; we were all geniuses weren’t we?
So Max proceeds to pee on the fence.
The blood curling scream that came from him permanently gave me goose bumps and it was a week before I could keep my hair from standing straight up. I shut my eyes to keep from laughing, it didn’t help.
When I opened my eyes Max was still peeing on fence and he was yelling and jumping around like a flea in a skillet.
I shut my eyes again and when I looked again he was bouncing up and down like a jack hammer. I mean he was dancing all over the place and no matter how much he danced or bounced up and down that fence was not letting go of him. He was trapped like a mouse in a trap, like he was super glued to that fence.
He kept bouncing and screaming, screaming and bouncing. After what seemed like forever, he finally ran dry and the fence let go of him, I swear I heard that fence giggle when it let go, and he fell to the ground looking like a sunburned dried up old raisin.