"I don't give a damn how you end up," thesheriff threatened, "but you have to sell me that horse." The cowboy murmured grimly, and looked around the saloon, which was large but very crowded with tables and chairs, and a long bar along one side, and a number of small rooms behind it.
"Fine ... take thehorse," the cowboy sighed in exasperation, "and his harness. I guess I'll see if there's a carriage that can take me out of town …. "
The sheriff gave a satisfied grunt, then said, "So, how much do you want for him?"
"I want you to tell me the fifteen facts you've never told anyone," the cowboy nodded slowly.
The sheriff flinched and nearly stumbled, as if slapped across the face. He'd never revealed them to a living soul, but knew he had no choice, and with a quiver in his voice began reciting these facts:
Shrek potentially lights the menorah.
One song from “Encanto” was recorded between birth contractions.
Mr. Burns has an interesting inspiration.
Chucky could have been voiced by Jessice Walters.
Hank from “Breaking Bad” is making money by talking like a Twitch streamer.
Adam West voiced the grim version of Batman, briefly.
“Scott Pilgrim” could have ended much darker.
One man must watch “The Simpsons” in case they get more stuff right about the future.
Larry David wrote “The Contest” from experience.
Bees escaped a truck during a traffic jam.
Terrence Howard has opinions of math.
“The Walking Dead” was supposed to end with aliens.