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        12-26-2011, 08:27 PM
    There's no way I think your cruel bsms. Tess my mare respects me heaps. I threw a brush at her when she was young for swinging her rump at me. As soon A s I am well, lucys going to get some respect lessons.
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        12-26-2011, 08:35 PM
    Pinto, I'm sorry that happened and glad you are OK. Please, please, be careful! People already gave good advices so I'm not going to add to it.
        12-26-2011, 08:40 PM
    I'm sorry it happened, and I wouldn't have posted if I had read your 'no lectures' post first.

    However, while typing my response, I realized I had left my hamburger on the stove too long. My hint was the fire alarm. It was screaming, "Man-cook! Man-cook! Man-cook!"

    Happily, after the alarm settled and the smoke cleared, I realized it was still edible. Charcoal is good for digestion. So I started eating, finished my post, and hit post reply. But all that took some time...so I didn't see the 'no lecture' until it was too late.
        12-26-2011, 08:42 PM
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    I didn't think you lectured Bsms. But... hmmm... this would be a good time for all of us to stand in a big circle and kick you... especially since you are about to choke on a burnt cheeseburger... What do you say Pinto? Do we kick the man-cook?
        12-26-2011, 08:44 PM
    That's ok bsms.

    I just went and wiped The mud and blood of my arm ( I was knocked out because of the pain killers and didn't get to do it before) and my arm is a funny shape. If they didn't confirm not fracture I would be convinced it was broken.
        12-26-2011, 08:45 PM
    Don't worry BSMS, not just 'Man-Cook'... I had an unfortunate incident involving a croissant and a microwave earlier in the year. Croissant was frozen, I selected the 'frozen bread' option on the microwave. Apparently that option is intended for a whole loaf of bread, not a small, single bit of pastry.
    It microwaved for around 5minutes before I noticed something was wrong and went to check it out. Opened the kitchen door, and could not see a foot in front of me. I blew up the microwave... and in the middle of the debris, was a small, shrivelled black lump of charcoal, which I believe to be my croissant.

        12-26-2011, 08:48 PM
    ^^lol kayty :)
    I want to go and ride, sore arm or not and exercise my pony and teach Lucy some valuable lessons! I'm determined!
        12-26-2011, 08:56 PM
    Originally Posted by PintoTess    
    This was first time in a while. No I don't need a discussion, I understand. My pinto mare really respects me now. She got. Rope across the rump a few times, she stood back away from the gate today. I have only had the one that kicked me for a few weeks, we are still getting to know each other. Please guys, don't judge me, it was one of them split second bad decisions and I learned from it. And just for the record, I take a rope in with me, but today I couldnt find it. Just please don't lecture me, I know where I went wrong and I am in pain. I learned the hard way.

    This could so totally happen to anyone. I have put myself in this position many, many times. So, reading this reminds me to NOT do that anymore, dummy!
    Tess, so glad you were not seriously injured. YOu are one brave cookie!
        12-26-2011, 09:07 PM
    Haha I'm just sore :/ but I'd have to say the hoof shaped bruise that's forming looks pretty cool ;)
        12-26-2011, 09:10 PM
    Hope it feels better soon! I've had a couple hoof shaped bruises myself, the last one my daughter told me "Sorry it hurt but mommy it's lots of pretty colors!"
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