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    06-01-2012, 03:29 AM
Lol, what a funny post. I put a note on my facebook page the other day which said 'where's my riding buddy gone...hint, hint' which was aimed at my next door neighbour who I ride with but she has a pretty busy schedule so quite often I don't see her for a few weeks at a time. The next day there was lots of comments from some friends - all guys what a surprise, along the lines of 'woohoo, you want me to come over' and a number of ; ). Seriously guys, get your minds out of the gutter!
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    06-02-2012, 03:02 AM
I was watching a training video on TV while I was babysitting a 13 year old once... When she saw the woman posting in the saddle at a trot she said "Ew, that's a little inappropriate."

I also got a dirty look from my neighbor while I was cleaning my gelding's sheath.

And when I was disusing what kind of girth I should use on my horse with my mom... the Barn Owner was a western rider and used the word cinch, so when he over heard us talking he just got quiet and stared.
    06-02-2012, 04:30 AM
I was watching a dressage test and te lady had two horse shoes on her tshirt - and seriously from a slight distance it looked liked she had drawn boobs on her top - me being inmature found it most amusing... **still giggles**

I always get weird looks from my non horsey mates when they get in the car and have to move my long boots, whips, spurs etc etc...

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