To also (verb) means to try to lasso something, but fail. For example, if you also a wild horse, that sucker will be long gone before you ever get a chance to try again.
There is also a noun form of also. An also is a poorly tied lasso. If you are using an also, you’re almost guaranteed to also (fail to lasso) your target when you use it. If your target is a human, then shame on you, but, as your target runs away, he or she will undoubtedly shout back his or her thanks to you for using an also. If your target is a horse, cow or bull, it would thank you too if it had the means to do so.