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  • Why is the horse foaming at the mouth in gone with the wind

 
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    11-26-2009, 02:14 PM
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Green Broke
Talking And the "Make My Day" award goes to....

.....My classmate! Yesterday we were watching "Gone With the Wind" in class and he asked me, "Why is the horse foaming at the mouth? Is it because it's thirsty?" The horse in the movie was sick and had been pulling a carriage for 2 days straight. And I replied, "That's probably part of it, but horses foam when they have a soft mouth. " Forgetting that nobody in my school knows as much about horses as I do. So after receiving a very confused look from this kid I explained to him what soft mouthed meant. Thank you so very much for asking me about horses. You made my day yesterday.
     
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    11-26-2009, 08:22 PM
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Showing
What made my day, was the guy that came in to our main admitting department asking where it is he could go to get castrated. Yep, he did mean that, not a vasectomy....

Needless to say, security nicely escorted him out of the hospital...
     

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