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Horse Forum is bad for your health! -PROOF-

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    View Poll Results: Horse Forum is bad for your health
    Yes 12 32.43%
    No 4 10.81%
    Maybe 2 5.41%
    I dunno, to busy stealing Spyder's carrots 5 13.51%
    To busy giggling to know 0 0%
    To busy eyeballing horses conformation to care 4 10.81%
    To busy shopping for horses to notice 3 8.11%
    To busy shopping for horse supplies (ribbons! CUTE!) 4 10.81%
    To busy D'awwing over foals, cute little dudes! 7 18.92%
    To busy reading poll opinions to do anything about it 10 27.03%
    Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 37. You may not vote on this poll

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        04-21-2009, 01:02 PM
    Horse Forum is bad for your health! -PROOF-

    Seriously you guys >-> Horse Forum is bad for your health.

    Horse Forum Symptoms Include:
    Increased urge to sneak off with another members horse
    Increased urge to go riding
    Need for a horse
    Need for more horses
    Increased foal want
    Far better knowledge of horse conformation
    Increased protective carrot instincts
    Increased debate skills
    Random laughter

    The only cure is to steal Spyders carrots. Proven fact I say, proven!
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        04-21-2009, 08:04 PM
    Haha, I think those are all right! I always want to go riding after, and get more horses after I go on this lol!
        04-21-2009, 08:51 PM
    Originally Posted by twogeldings    
    Seriously you guys >-> Horse Forum is bad for your health.

    Horse Forum Symptoms Include:

    Increased protective carrot instincts

    The only cure is to steal Spyders carrots. Proven fact I say, proven!

    They are mine I tell you ALL MINE.

    Puts all 8 legs around her carrots and stands with fangs bared !!!!!!!!!
        04-22-2009, 03:29 PM
    I didn't say anything about carrots, Spyder! Nooo not me...
        04-24-2009, 03:01 PM
    Yep. Bad for my health. :)
        04-24-2009, 04:00 PM
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    No, obvously not . Because I'm no-social-life-almost-at-all-in-a-real-life female nerd this is good for me and my health . I can discuss somewhere and it keeps me away from bad things like mischiefs, material sins etc. Besides all that the atmosphere here is wonderful. It lower stress and blood pressure.

    But the option about stealing spyder carrots made me laugh. Unfortunately I've never had a change to steal any of her carrots .
        04-24-2009, 06:16 PM
    Has anyone caught themselves wanting to SAY "L-O-L"?????? Maybe that is when you've hit rock bottom?
        04-24-2009, 06:56 PM
    That's hilarious and totally TRUE! I keep reminding myself I don't need to go BUY a horse because I can ride for free every week...but every time I get on this forum, I find myself wanting to have my OWN horse!
    Dang! Spyder has a bazzillion carrots! I never get that high!
        04-25-2009, 03:09 PM
    Haha. It's so true! Not to highjack this thread, but this reminds me of a thread I made a while ago...

    you know you're addicted to the Horse Forum when ...
        04-26-2009, 08:13 AM
    Yep, definitely bad for your health. This whole site should have a disclaimer not on the first page that says:

    WARNING: May cause the immediate need for a horsey fix which could include driving for hours to an open stable or an extreme urge to visit horse classifieds. Other side effects include; drooling, jealousy, re-budgeting, and piggy banks being counted in hopes that there is enough money for a horse or more tack that you really don't need.

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