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    09-23-2010, 09:24 PM
  #11
Yearling
LMBO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Those are GREAT! The ones that always make me want to scream are the ones where they say their animals are spaded (even if they are male they are still spaded not neutered). I wish they would use spell and/or grammar check! LOL It's SPAYED!
     
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    09-23-2010, 10:00 PM
  #12
Green Broke
I had to laugh at this CL ad in my neck of the woods. All these "Gildings" .....one is even a "cramila". And seriously, what is a face net? It must go along with the "bridal" sets. The whole thing just makes my eyes bleed.
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3 Horses - Gambler - Registered Palomino Quarter Horse - Age 24 - 15 Hands - Gilding, Albert - Cramila Paint - Age 13 - 14 Hands 3" - Gilding, and Jake - Thoroughbred - Age 11 - 17 Hands 3" - Gilding
3 Western Saddles - Cherokee Saddlery, Buffalo Saddlery, & Big Horn, 2 Horse Bumper Pull Trailer, 4 Corner Feeders for Hay, 6 Stall Grain Feeders, 3 Face Nets, 9 Halters, 3 Bridal Sets, Lead Ropes, Lunge Rope, Grooming Tools, Water Troughs, 2 Electric Water Trough Heaters, 4 Galvanized Gates (8' & 10'), 2 Saddle Pads, 5 Water Buckets, Portable White Tape Fence with Stakes, 2 Electric Fence chargers, 4 Saddle Racks, 1 Round Bale Feeder, and 400 plus Bales of Grass Hay. We would prefer to sell all together as a package.
All that being said, they are selling the whole package for $3000, (assuming that isn't yet another typo) which is probably a pretty good deal, considering all the gates, feeders, a trailer, hay, fencing, etc. The horses and tack themselves probably aren't worth a dime.
     
    09-23-2010, 10:28 PM
  #13
Yearling
Gilding! LMAO! Love it!
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    09-23-2010, 10:33 PM
  #14
Trained
Haha! Well, having lived in Indiana briefly, it seems I do recall they spell EVERYTHING) phonetically, so perhaps these people don't know how to pronounce the word either! Lol
I had to call information to get the number for the phone company.....answer was: (very politely, in a sweet voice....) "well Darlin'-it is under "f" for fone, of course!" Yes, True story, and no, I was nowhere near a city......which was probably an issue. It was also 30 yrs ago....
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    09-23-2010, 10:39 PM
  #15
Yearling
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Originally Posted by franknbeans    
Haha! Well, having lived in Indiana briefly, it seems I do recall they spell EVERYTHING) phonetically, so perhaps these people don't know how to pronounce the word either! Lol
Hey now! I live in Indiana and I'm edumakated!
     
    09-23-2010, 10:44 PM
  #16
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by franknbeans    
Haha! Well, having lived in Indiana briefly, it seems I do recall they spell EVERYTHING) phonetically, so perhaps these people don't know how to pronounce the word either! Lol
I had to call information to get the number for the phone company.....answer was: (very politely, in a sweet voice....) "well Darlin'-it is under "f" for fone, of course!" Yes, True story, and no, I was nowhere near a city......which was probably an issue. It was also 30 yrs ago....

I would have peed my pants on that "fone" call. Seriously. I would have cried.


Seriously, scan through the Indiana CLs from time to time, if nothing else it has fabulous entertainment value. Between the spelling errors, and people honestly thinking no one will notice the used tack they are selling is priced at twice the value it is new - clicking through the local CL is always good for a laugh.

Amarea, even so you HAVE to admit most of the ads on CL are ridiculous.
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    09-23-2010, 10:48 PM
  #17
Trained
Haha. Sometimes I wonder if these people realize they sound like idiots.
"Philly, girl horse, etc" just total clueless of horses

Or what REALLY irritates me is they are selling a jumper/barrelhorse/dressage horse for 10k but they just have a muddy looking yak sitting in a pasture to show you. Gee let me just sign the check now...
     
    09-23-2010, 10:50 PM
  #18
Yearling
Yes, yes they are :) But I will admit that I posted my soon to be Ex in the pets section! "Free Dog to good home. Humps anything that moves. Neutering didn't help."

I kid you not! I REALLY did do that!
     
    09-23-2010, 10:54 PM
  #19
Green Broke
Oh that ^^^ reminds me of another I saw today! Let me see if I can post it:



4 Year Old Breeding Stock Paint Mare. 15.3 hands and still growing. Started under saddle. Very quiet and good manners. Has the temperment to make a childs mount. Big boned solid built mare. Sire was 17 hand World Champion AQHA HOW D SPECIAL DUDE. He is from Idaho. Dam is a Special Affects bred mare and she would make an all around. Horse. Stands quietly while saddled, and been riden in round pen or indoor arena. I would not call her broke. I have WAY to many horses and need to cut back. She would make a great broodmare because of her size.



Title of the ad says "Hunter/Jumper Prospect"

Yeah huh, everything about her sure screams that to me.
     
    09-23-2010, 10:56 PM
  #20
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Amarea    
Yes, yes they are :) But I will admit that I posted my soon to be Ex in the pets section! "Free Dog to good home. Humps anything that moves. Neutering didn't help."

I kid you not! I REALLY did do that!
*falls off my chair*

Bwahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!
     

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