Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Stagecoach Etiquette #4: No Hogging Buffalo Robes


Wednesay August 28 2013

To persevere with our continuing education on proper stagecoach etiquette, in case one day we return to this form of long distance transportation, we peruse rule #4.

"Buffalo robes are provided for your comfort during cold weather. Hogging robes will not be tolerated and the offender will be made to ride with the driver."

I certainly would not like to be accused of hogging a buffalo robe, because if it's cold enough to need a buffalo robe, I would not want to be banished outside to ride with the driver, where it would really be cold.

So mind your manners and courteously share the buffalo robes provided.

(Rule #1 is HERE; Rule #2 is HERE; Rule #3 is here.)

5 comments:

  1. I'd probably be allergic to a buffalo robe, so no hogging here. *G*

    I love these glimpses into yesteryear.

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  2. Unless the driver is, um A d a m . . .

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    1. In which case I would not NEED a buffalo robe! :)

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  3. Buffalo robes smell funny. Not sure how that would mix with my 'Coco' by Chanel!

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    1. lots of Coco might earn you lots of space in the stagecoach!

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