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        01-02-2011, 11:51 AM
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    rocky pony: we hypochondriac take our syptoms seriously . The next time when your girlfriend is feeling like that, pat her back, give her a hug and tell it's nothing serious.
    But it's funner to laugh at her! Lol
    We have a weird relationship, we both make fun of each other a lot, after a few seconds she just starts laughing too and I can get her to forget about being silly we have a weird understanding..

    We really are very odd together. We'd probably gross a lot of people out, hahaha, we sit around for hours giggling uncontrollably and I'll be trying to lick her in the face and she'll be trying to stick her fingers in my ears/nose/belly button/mouth, we have these epic battles that way that can go on all day. We also wrestle a lot, and she fights really dirty. I'm a lot stronger than her but I'm really careful with her so I never actually harm her, but she accidentally hurts me all the time...she's given me nosebleeds before! Ahahahaha
    I think part of why we're such a good match is because we know when to be serious but usually we go our best to keep things light and humourous, we're good at keeping each other from going crazy....well...crazy in a bad way, anyway

    Anyway, I'm rambling about that! I tend to do that, especially when it comes to her
         
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        01-02-2011, 11:59 AM
      #10052
    Green Broke
    Rocky, y'all sound just like me and my man. Tyler has an obsession with trying to lick my face and it totally grosses me out, so it always ends in some epic tickle/wrestling match.

    One day we had a coat hanger battle that lasted forever.
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        01-02-2011, 12:08 PM
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    Lol!!! It's the funnest kind of battle!
    This one time I managed to lick all the way across her whole face...she squealed for like five minutes
    I always try to catch her when she least expects it...but never when she's sleeping, that'd be cheating!

    The best thing she has on me is trying to get her finger in my ear. EEEk it feels so icky! But I'm getting really good at dodging these attempts, especially because now I also have a pesty little bird that also likes to try to make her way into my ears too. I must have really appealing ears!
    I'm feeling pretty certain that one day my girlfriend's going to go for my ear and I'm going to instinctively give her a firm bird-training-voice "NO" and she's going to make fun of me...hahahaha
    Especially because I'm just picking her up tomorrow after she's been away for about a month and Olive has been the only one trying to get in my ears this whole time...
         
        01-02-2011, 12:20 PM
      #10054
    Green Broke
    Hahaha. :)
    Tyler is extremely ticklish on his ribs, so that's what I have on him.
    Whenever he tries to tickle me I pull his hair. Yeah, I fight dirty.

    I have once before made the "Aank aank!" noise to Ty before. You know, the noise you make when your horse is doing something naughty? He found it insulting.
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        01-02-2011, 12:27 PM
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    Oh man, that's priceless!
    Yeah, I don't think Yeva would take well to that either!

    I love the horse world, lol, from that I knew exactly which sound you meant right away
    Such a great language we all develop with our horses, hahaha
         
        01-02-2011, 12:32 PM
      #10056
    Green Broke
    Very true!

    I love the threads on here that talk about funny things non-horsie people say. It's just so funny to hear their attempts at using the horsie language.

    I can't remember who posted it, but one of my favorite ones was where someone's dad told her to "break a forelock" at a show. Too funny.
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        01-02-2011, 12:41 PM
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    Bahahaha, that's great! Well that would be quite tragic, I suppose, I mean they do take forever to grow....

    My girlfriend currently knows almost nothing at all about horses, she's never been around them before because we were long-distance for the first five years of our relationship and only recently moved about an hour away from me...and is just so busy with all of that school nonsense, lol, that it's tough to get her over here to my place often enough. I've only gotten to bring her out to the stable once! Shameful! Lol
    So I'm expecting a lot of great things to be said by her...most things at this point she can't begin to grasp yet. I had to tell her what bucking was...and then I tried to say "You know, like the broncos at rodeos?" and she said "What's a bronco? I don't know what happens at rodeos." I had no idea people didn't know that
    Really, I had no idea this was possible! Lol...that may have at least a little bit to do with her being foreign, though, anyway...there's a lot of American culture she's missed...(even though she's been here for the last eleven years of her life...haha) I would think most people at least know what broncos are....right?
         
        01-02-2011, 12:53 PM
      #10058
    Green Broke
    Hahaha.
    Ty actually retains most of the information I hammer into his head!
    Last night he was so proud of himself. Apparently a horse had gotten loose on his road. He called the cops and everything, and was telling me about it. I asked if he could tell what color it was, and he goes, "Chestnut!!! " So sweet.

    He really does his best and he certainly supports me. I mean, he has bought me breeches, boots, gloves, a helmet, a bit, horse stuffed animals, horse jewelry, and a half pad!
    We're hopefully going on a ride tomorrow.

    Where is your girlfriend from originally?
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        01-02-2011, 12:59 PM
      #10059
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    Aww! That's way cute lol
    My girlfriend would definitely say "ummm browny red??" She's yet to begin her proper training...we'll fix that hahaha
    She is definitely interested in learning at least a little bit, so I can't wait till she can start learning and actually finally get her on a horse! I don't currently have one I feel like I can really trust with her...still working on that one. Hopefully soon!
    She's actually originally from Armenia
         
        01-02-2011, 01:04 PM
      #10060
    Green Broke
    Really? How interesting! I've never known anyone from there.

    Her name is Yeva? I love that. Very pretty.
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