Cowboy Up - A Western answer to the city-slicker's problems
According to Tex, our resident expert on all things "cowboy," the phrase "cowboy up" means getting up right after you have been bucked off from the horse. You have four broken ribs, your hat is missing, two teeth are loose, and it's a 5-mile walk in 110 degree heat over scorpion-infested roads to get back home. The prospects are so bleak, you are likely to die trying, but you saddle up and get going again. THAT, says Tex, is what it means to "cowboy up." It's a deceptively simple message, and the city-slickers will never understand the hidden meaning, but it's still good advice. Rustic print featuring browns and tans and a western star.