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Boudreaux Goes To hades
« on: November 30, 2015, 11:12:01 pm »
Boudreaux died and was on his way to hades. The devil being an former Texan, did not like Cajuns, and knowing Boudreaux was on his way there, figured he would make Boudreaux's stay in hades miserable. So he turned up the thermostat real high before Boudreaux got there. When Boudreaux showed up the devil asked him how he liked the heat. Boudreaux told the devil, "Mais, Cher, it feels like a good spring day in South Louisiana. Not too bad !" This perturbed the devil, so he turned up the heat as high as it would go, and asked Boudreaux how he liked it now. Boudreaux replied, "Well now it feels like summer on the bayou back home. Not too bad !"

Well, needless to say, the devil was really mad now. So that night, he turned the thermostat down to it's coldest setting. By morning, the whole place had frozen over. There was snow and icicles everywhere. The devil asked, "Well, what do you think now, Boudreaux ?"

Boudreaux answers the devil all happy and smiling, "Well, I like it just fine, Cher! This means that dem darn Saints finally won 'em a Super Bowl !"
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Re: Boudreaux Goes To hades
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2015, 06:37:41 am »
 :laugh: :laugh:  :laugh: :laugh:love it!
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Re: Boudreaux Goes To hades
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2015, 06:49:35 am »
Good stuff!
Beaureau is a very common name here in Nova Scotia. All the Acadians became "Cajuns" when they headed south.
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Re: Boudreaux Goes To hades
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2015, 08:16:53 am »
South Louisiana contains a town called Boudreaux and one named Thibodoux.  These are very common "Cajun" names.  They originally called themselves Acadian's and later Cadians and still later Cajuns.  I have spent a lot of time working in South Louisiana and have many Cajun friends.  They are hard working, hard partying and early Mass on Sunday morning folks.  I love them to death, and where else would you hear someone say "unclimb that derrick."

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Re: Boudreaux Goes To hades
« Reply #4 on: December 01, 2015, 02:47:34 pm »
South Louisiana contains a town called Boudreaux and one named Thibodoux.  These are very common "Cajun" names.  They originally called themselves Acadian's and later Cadians and still later Cajuns.  I have spent a lot of time working in South Louisiana and have many Cajun friends.  They are hard working, hard partying and early Mass on Sunday morning folks.  I love them to death, and where else would you hear someone say "unclimb that derrick."

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