Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Hoe Down!

Hoes and their uses.

Well even though it's days away I've already planned what to do on the weekend in clearing up the roots and the vines left by the weeds I cut last week. I'll probably just hoe it down and spray vegetation killer chemicals to the area to prep it for the wood chops or mulch that I'll be putting soon. While planning it I got stuck on why did they call the Hoe a Hoe????

Hoe
(Noun)
A tool with a flat blade attached approximately at a right angle to a long handle, used for weeding, cultivating, and gardening.
(Verb: Hoed, Hoes)
To weed, cultivate, or dig up with a hoe.

Now let's compare that to the other Hoes....

1. One hoe helps you till the land, the other hoe titillate your mound.
2. One hoe helps you gets rid of bushes, the other hoe stuffs bushes in your face.
3. One hoe cost $10, the other one cost 10 times more.
4. One hoe is used for digging, the other hoe is used for screwing.
5. One hoe doesn't care how many times you bang it on the ground, the other hoe doesn't care too...bang it anywhere and everywhere..
6. One hoe is something you work with, the other hoe is something you work on.
7. One hoe can be used and reused once bought, the other hoe can be used and reused (as long as you have chaching$$$)
8. One hoe is used for gardening, the other hoe is used for hardening.
9. One hoe is a tool, the other hoe can sometimes be a tool.
10. One hoe has no excuse, the other hoe always says they do it to pay for college.

What's the difference between the 3 hoes? One of them is a gardening tool.


South Park Hoe Paris Hilton
Standard Garden Hoe


South Park Mr. Garrison's Hoe Mr. Slave

1 Comments:

Blogger isha said...

you forgot santa's favorite word! :Hoe, hoe, hoe

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