TWO AUBURN GRADS

Two Auburn grads had bought a couple of horses that they used to make some
money during the summer. But when winter came, they found that it cost too much
to board them. So they turned the horses loose in a pasture where there was
plenty to eat. “How will we tell yours from mine when we pick them up?” the
first Auburn guy asked.
“Easy,” replied the second. “We’ll cut the mane off my horse and the tail off
yours.”
By spring, the mane and tail had grown back to normal length. “Now what
are we going to do?” asked the first.
The second replied, “Well, why don’t you just take the black one and I’ll take
the white one.”