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post #21 of 29 Old 07-12-2009, 09:48 PM
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G would have a really high pitched voice, like a scared little boy.. haha. Seriously, if he could talk, he'd be constantly screaming, "MOMMY! SAVE MEE! THAT CORNERS OUT TO GET ME!" or "THERE'S A MONSTER UNDER MY HOOF!" lol.
Luke would always be sweetalking people and really forgetful. haha.
Zuzu would be that quiet guy whose super nice and perfectly behaved but antisocail and grouchy. so if u talk to him, he'd be like, "r u talkin to ME!?" lol!!

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Bandit: Sorta mature and laid-back sounding. He takes everything in stride and acts way wiser than his whole three years.

Dante: Hyper and high-pitched, like a little kid on a candy high. Because he is 100% little-kid-on-candy-high. XD And his alternate persona would be one of those smooth-talking guys that could talk anyone into anything, except he's in the mafia. So there's not just talking all the time. o.o'

2-Pak: Like a spoiled brat. He'd totally be like that annoying kid you always come across in the store screaming, "MOOOOM!! I WANT THIS!" "MOOM! There's a scary froggy!" "MOOOM! The weird person is making me wear pink!" XD And then there's his alternate persona that is 100% gentleman-with-ulterior-motives. "Oh, excuse me, ma'am, let me just move out of your way. Oh, that grain bucket looks awful heavy. Let me help you out with that."

Ruby: A southern belle, all the way. XD And, on occasion, a Southern Belle with a /rifle/.

Magic: Like a snooty rich person. She's so particular and acts all high-and-mighty. XP

Tanner: Like a sophisticated elderly lady. She just seems so sophisticated and dignified in whatever she's doing, but she acts so much older than she really is.

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Jeeze I have too many horses to do this.

Mini horse- The class clown, pulling pranks on every one, kinda crazy.

Skip && Rosie- Old retired married couple. Always together, going to Church every Sunday etc.

CJ-Crazy little mamma's boy. Hates to be bothered unless its by his mommy.

Classy-Super Preppy hates every other horse, HATES to get dirty!!!

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Buddy-Lazy video gamer who live in his moms basement never doing anything!

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AZ would have that Oklahoma Cowboy thing going on, would probably chatter non-stop, and would always be wanting treats and cuddles.

Dixie would be a stoner.

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Hercules a cowboy: laid back and easy going but he will have an attitude if he is pushed.

Belle (my mare) she would be a southern belle she is proud and stand offish, but she also has a sweet side like a farmer's daughter.

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Hercules a cowboy: laid back and easy going but he will have an attitude if he is pushed.

Belle (my mare) she would be a southern belle she is proud and stand offish, but she also has a sweet side like a farmer's daughter.
Now that I think about it, Dixie would probably be more Southern Debutante than Stoner. Except she's not flashy, so maybe she'd just be like Annelle on Steel Magnolias; Southern and sort of proper but quiet.

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Victor would have a very aristocratic British accent, and Norman would probably talk like an ADHD 12 year old. XDD

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