Good’nuff fer us

Billy Joe and Betty-Sue get married and Billy Joe whisks her away to his daddy’s hunting cabin in the woods for a romantic ‘nature honeymoon’.

He carries her across the threshold and they get into bed, when Betty-Sue whispers in his ear,
‘Billy Joe, be gentle, I air’ never been with a man b’fore.’

‘WHAT?’
shouts Billy Joe, and his little bride softly shakes her head. Billy Joe jumps out of bed, grabs his clothes and races out the door, into his truck…
down the mountain…
straight to his parents house… rushes inside screaming,
‘Hey Daddy! Paw! Git up!�

His father rushes downstairs and gasps,
‘Billy Joe, what’re you doin’ here?’

Billy Joe, still breathing hard from his mad flight, gasps,
‘Well, Betty-Sue and I was in the cabin and she toll me she ain’t never been with a man afore… so’s I rushed outta there an’ lit back here quick as I could.’

His father grasps Billy Joe’s shoulder in reassurance and says,
‘Son, ya done the right thing. Iffin she ain’t good’nuff fer her family, she shure as shit ain’t good’nuff fer ours!’

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