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Indian Names

A young Indian boy came back to the reservation for a family visit after his first year at college. When his dad asked him about his first year at school, he said: I'm having trouble with people making fun of me, especially my Indian name. "How did you come to give your children such odd names"? His father said: "When your brother was born, I looked out the tepee and I saw an eagle flying so I named him Little Eagle and when your sister was born, I looked out the tepee and saw a deer grazing, so I named her spotted fawn. Why do you ask, Two Dogs F*cking"?

Indian Home

I was buying a house from a Native American.

I asked him if it came with running water.

He said, "Get your own damn wife."

Cowboy and Indian Find

There was a cowboy and an Indian riding through the desert, when the Indian stopped suddenly and put his ear to the ground. The cowboy stopped and asked, "What is it?" The Indian replied, "Buffalo come." "Wow," said the cowboy, "how did you know?" The Indian replied, "Sticky ear."

Your Kind of Man

Striking up a conversation with the attractive woman seated beside him on a coast-to-coast flight, a would-be Romeo asked, "What kind of man are you attracted to?" "I've always been drawn to Native American men," she replied. "They're in harmony with nature." "I see," said the man, nodding. "But, then, I really go for Jewish men who put women on a pedestal, and I can rarely resist the way Southern gentlemen treat their ladies with respect." "Please allow me to introduce myself," said the man. "My name is Tecumseh Goldstein, but all my friends call me Bubba."

How Come

Q: What did the Indian say when the white man tied his penis in a knot?

A: "How come?"