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Can you tell the difference between a real cowboy and a wanna be cowboy? If so tell me how.


Is it when their boots cost more than their trucks or what's under them boots that counts? Could it be in the way they walk from all the horse riding or the way they shape their hat? What do you think?

 

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    Sid Kemp (SidKemp) 5 years ago

    I'll agree with Duffsmom. "Cowboy" is a job, and someone who makes a living in the hands-on part of ranching is a cowboy (or cowgirl). Bull riders and rodeo guys are entertainers using cowboy-related skills. The actor who played Marcus Welby, MD was


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    Charlu 17 months ago

    You are so right about the boots being on the outside, that makes me crazy!

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