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Herb got in touch with his inner monkey.
'So, apart from the literary reference, that's it, is it?'
Maynard Wilson - "The Bull Whisperer"
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"And for your entree, sir?"
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"Eddie, you are one hell of a mouse!"
'It's the only way they can control his testosterone!'
"I thought you said we could control him!"
Professional Toilet Trainer.
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George has been trying for years to get Margaret to stop feeding the deer...
Lion taming gone wrong...
Potatoes are recorded as first being domesticated at about 8000-7000 B.C., in Peru. Before this time, potatoes had a reputation of being savage and unpredictable tubers...
'What's your tolerance for risk?'
Man battles for his life against 'A Very Lively Little Red'
Edwardo's Lion Taming School beside ACME Bandage Co.
'Can I keep him? He followed me home.'
'It's not the same thing.'
The Taming of the Shoe
'I need a new challenge...'
'It would be a great act, Anton, if you could just get him to stop saying 'meow'.'
Group of explorers with a lawn mower.
Shakespeare's Lost Play: The Taming of the Pooch.
'The wolf worked out so well, I thought I'd try domesticating a woman.'
'Just how long have you been taming lions ?'
Colour Version: The Taming of the Shoe