Stinkin' Cow, The

DESCRIPTION: One fine morning, Old McGee sends daughter Molly out with Johnny. They see a bull mating with a cow. Molly asks how the bull knows the cow is willing. Johnny answers, "tis by the smell." She says she stinks like the cow; they emulate the bovines
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1962 (collected by Logsdon from Lew Pyle
KEYWORDS: sex animal bawdy children
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Logsdon 47, pp. 230-231, "The Stinkin' Cow" (1 text)
Roud #10103
File: Logss047

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