True Love Between A Human & A John Deere Tractor Is More Common Than You Think
Kenny Chesney, a true forward-thinker, pens a romantic ballad of woman and tractor.
True Love Can Indeed Exist Between A Human And A John Deere Tractor
A lot of people believe true love cannot exist between a human and a John Deere tractor. Kenny Chesney is not one of these people. In 1999, Kenny penned an ode to human/tractor romance entitled “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” where an unnamed woman with no discernible traits falls in love with a John Deere tractor. While unnamed women with no discernible traits are common in country music lyrics, erotic tales of machinery are not. In this video, we take our cowboy hats off and salute Kenny for his forward thinking ways.
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September 21: Feed Your Mistakes To The Pigs
Pets are commonplace. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss Young & Dumb, the Salt Lake Tribune, journalism, pythons, parrots, gerbils, and pigs.
September 18: Love Is Melted Chocolate & A Teddy Bear Cam
We all agree on traditional romantic gifts. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss bravery, Spencer Cox, white tank tops, mountainous men, chocolate, flowers, and teddy bear cams.
September 17: What Chuck E. Cheese Wants, Chuck E. Cheese Gets
A lot of buildings still use group showers instead of individual stalls. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss Chuck E. Cheese, whytho.com, Clint vs Kenny, middle school, and gym bathroom attendants.
September 16: A Why Tho Extravaganza With Musician Jay Warren
Chris and Clint are joined by musician Jay Warren, an SLC-based R&B artist. He is peppered with questions about music, dancing, romantic mood setting, Orrin Hatch, and dogs. To learn more about Jay, visit jywrrn.com
September 15: LaCroix: It Ain’t About The Taste, It’s About The Burn
America has developed an obsession with LaCroix. Why tho? Chris and Clint also discuss 8-year-olds, Diet Dr. Pepper, John Deere, startup snack jokes, and Kirkland.