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post #641 of 7202 Old 02-19-2011, 03:53 PM
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Are they at a Drive Thru?

Yep. It says on the ground. awesome.
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post #642 of 7202 Old 02-22-2011, 04:41 PM
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This one isn't for a horse for sale, but it sure made me laugh so I figured I'd share.

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DO YOU LOVE MUD?
WOULD YOU LOVE TO MARCH IN THE MUD IN YOUR BAREFEET AND BE PAID FOR IT?
WOULD YOU LOVE TO SMASH UP OLD CARS WITH SLEDGEHAMMERS AND BE PAID FOR IT?
IF YOU ANSWERED YES THEN THIS JOB IS FOR YOU!!!!!!

I AM LOOKING FOR A MUD MARCHING PARTNER WHO WOULD LOVE TO MARCH WADE AND MIX MUD IN BAREFEET EVERY SATURDAY$30.00 DOLLARS.THE JOB IS A LOT OF FUN AND IS GREAT EXERCISE.WE WILL BE MARCHING IN STICKY RED AND GREY CLAY IN OUR BAREFEET THAT WILL BE USED FOR POTTERY LATER ON.YOU MUST BE IN GREAT SHAPE AND HAVE STRONG LEGS AND BE ABLE TO MARCH IN THE MUD FOR HOURS AT A TIME.YOU MUST LOVE MUD AND YOU MUST ENJOY MARCHING IN THE MUD IN YOUR BAREFEET.IF YOU WOULD LOVE THIS FUN MUD MARCHING JOB PLEASE LEAVE YOUR NAME PHONE NUMBER AND A DETAILED MESSAGE AT THE ABOVE E-MAIL ADDRESS.THIS IS A SERIOUS JOB FOR SERIOUS PAY.SERIOUS INQURIES ONLY.ANYONE CAN APPLY.I AM ALSO LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO HELP ME SMASH UP OLD CARS WITH SLEDGEHAMMERS.THE JOB IS A LOT OF FUN AND IS A GREAT STRESS RELIEF.YOU MUST BE ABLE TO HANDLE A 10LB SLEDGEHAMMER.

Oh, craigslist!!
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post #643 of 7202 Old 02-22-2011, 04:54 PM
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So, the only picture they have of him is peeing?



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post #644 of 7202 Old 02-22-2011, 05:00 PM
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^Wow... that is a great add and picture.

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post #645 of 7202 Old 02-22-2011, 05:05 PM
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Lol, you've got to love the ALL CAPS thing too. Why do people think that makes their ad better? Are they trying to hypnotize me into believing them?
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post #646 of 7202 Old 02-22-2011, 05:12 PM
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6 year old Paint Guilding named Splash. He is a calm and loving horse. I love my horse but I do not have the time to spend riding him because of my children being in sports and being involved in time consuming activities between my job and kids. I am selling my horse because I feel like he deserves to have an owner that has time to spend with him and will give him the ride time he needs. He is very healthy and I have all his coggins paperwork. He is registered even though he is a guilding. I would like to sell him to a loving family. I am asking $1000 for him or best offer. If interested please call ____ to inquire.

Why could a "guilding" not be registered?


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post #647 of 7202 Old 02-22-2011, 05:16 PM
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Gracious, he has a cute face, but that "guilding" needs some groceries!

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post #648 of 7202 Old 02-22-2011, 05:22 PM
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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!
Hahahahaha that is so mean!! But it's the best thing I've heard all day!!

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post #649 of 7202 Old 02-23-2011, 09:16 AM
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One of my pet peeves is when the ad tells you they are registered, but they don't tell you what they are registered as. There have been a ton of "registered ponies" in my area lately. WHAT KIND OF REGISTERED PONY? "Pony" is not a registry. And this person is also addicted to the little pause dots. Heck, I use them more than I should, but holy cow.

"Registered Pony Gelding (mt.airy)

Date: 2011-02-21, 10:22AM EST
Reply to: sale-msarj-2226072644@craigslist.org [Errors when replying to ads?]

9yr old registered sorrel pony gelding...he is 13hands tall..sweet loves attention....very gentle....rides with halter an lead rope or can saddle him up an go...no problem.....he is FAST an cuts super quick.....when i bought him i was told he had been used as a barrel pony....i have not run him on barrels to find out....he is being ridden daily...he is not a beginners horse he is for an experienced rider...when you get on him he is ready to go..he can be stubborn..not spooky around dogs 4wheelers golf carts but things he has never seen before he steps to the side like hes tryin to get away from it but no running off or anything like that....no kick buck or rear....hes pretty easy to catch .he has a current coggins...this fella needs a job....may be willing to trade for goats, mini mares, mini jenny or for app gelding 4-10yrs old no older.......asking $300......for more info an pics email or call/txt"
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post #650 of 7202 Old 02-23-2011, 10:24 AM
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Gracious, he has a cute face, but that "guilding" needs some groceries!
I agree, and he looks like he lives in the trailer park. Weird

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