BANDERA, Texas — Admitting he was actually a lot more shy and reserved than people might think, introverted cowboy Cassidy Walsh coyly told reporters Friday that he’s had trouble lately putting together a band. “While I may seem confident and outgoing at times, the truth is I’m the kind of guy who needs to recharge at the end of a long day roaming the range with a group of cowhands,” Walsh said, adding that he also experienced “some social anxiety” which likely came from fear that his attempts to organize a group would end in rejection. “Don’t get me wrong, I love hanging out with old Buckaroos like me. It’s just that your buddy Cassidy can’t take so much booing and yelling before he runs out of steam. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to pull up my spurs and curl up in my sleeping bag with a Louis L’Amour novel. At press time, another train robbery was reported to have been carried out in the area by a tireless band of extroverted outlaws.
Note: The content and images used in this article is rewritten and sourced from www.theonion.com