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        12-17-2010, 02:14 PM
    Originally Posted by jess93    
    Love I do all these lol
    Also have deep conversasions with our horses
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    Sometimes they aren't so deep. I talked to my horse about potatoes once :P
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        12-17-2010, 02:33 PM
    Green Broke
    Ok, now I know I'm not all that crazy! Today I sat in the round bale and pulled out all the alfalfa for my girls. I don't think many people do that.
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        12-17-2010, 02:37 PM
    LOL - not sat IN the Round Bale, but I stood outside last night with a flashlight in my mouth, while I stripped my Round Bale layer after layer, to get to the good stuff on the innerds.

    I drove home without realizing I had hay in my hair and sticking out of my winter breeches - walking through walmart with my Winter Tall Boots on covered in mud and hay, black winter breeches covered in hay, and my lovely wonder I was getting those odd looks from passerbyer's - lol. I kept thinking "What, no one has seen english riding gear before?"


    Can't say I've had conversations about potatoe's with my horse before..........but I told Nelson the story of Goldie Locks and the 3 Bears, to try to prove a point to him......while we were on a hack.....and I can't for the life of me, remember what the smeg it was I was trying to get across to him......
        12-17-2010, 02:37 PM
    Green Broke
    I was a nerd all throughout school because I used to pretend to be a horse all the time. I could neigh just like one and people would try to get me to do it all the time.

    Let me see-

    A perfect vacation includes a horse trailer, miles of trails and a tent. When in the end you are ate by bugs, have a personal grudge against your saddle and a knot on your head from your horse running you into a tree limb.

    Can't wait to get the kids to bed so you can clean stalls, clean the barn and take care of the horses.

    First thing you do in the morning it look out the window to see where the horses are.

    Your child is sick you put them in their rooms with a bucket and a bottle of water, your horse is sick and you are calling every vet within the surrounding states while you walk it in circles in the freezing cold at 2 a.m..

    You see a horse in a pasture when you are driving and you stop everything you are doing to watch it while you go by.

    You see a horse trailer going down the road and you speed up or slow down to see if there is anything in it.

    You can recall about every horse's name you've been around but can't for the life of you remember who your son's teacher is.

    When you go somewhere you can point to someone who owns horses and which is your favorite.

    You take detours just to see a certain horse.

    When you go to a barn sale or thrift store you automatically check to see if they have horse items.

    You find a way to work horses into a conversation just to see if someone owns some and after you've found out no one does you really don't have anything to say.

    When you pull money out of your coat pocket a handful of hay accompanies it.

    : D
        12-17-2010, 02:42 PM
    You see a horse in a pasture when you are driving and you stop everything you are doing to watch it while you go by.

    You see a horse trailer going down the road and you speed up or slow down to see if there is anything in it.

    When you pull money out of your coat pocket a handful of hay accompanies it.
    YES!! ROFL!

    OR - you pull out crumbles of cookies, or horse cookies.

    Those are great!
        12-17-2010, 02:50 PM
    Green Broke
    Soooo true ShutupJoe! MIeventer: hay in the hair! Went to the gas station after sitting in the hay and had it in my sweatshirt in my hair. Pretty! People probably think I was doing the naughty in the hay. Oh well! :)
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        12-17-2010, 02:59 PM
    Originally Posted by Katesrider011    
    Sometimes they aren't so deep. I talked to my horse about potatoes once :P
    Yeah random covo with my horses too like wht do want for crimbo
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        12-17-2010, 03:14 PM
    Lol, doing the naughty - love it!

    Over the summer, I had to stop at Walmart to pick up dinner on my way home from the barn. I was wearing my riding tights, tall boots with spurs, polo top - and I walked down the freezer isle, and passed a couple. I was pulling out a bag of Perogie's when I heard the Husband say to his Wife "Hey, honey, did you see her outfit? We need to get you one of those, but with those whip things" and he had a big smile on his face - lol.

    That cracked me up.
        12-17-2010, 03:50 PM
    LMAO MIEventer!!

    Getting on a strange horse the day after you find out you're pregnant. That probably is one of my crazier moments.
        12-17-2010, 04:26 PM
    ROFL these are sooo funyy!!

    -when I have a sore leg and I tell anyone who I think will care, I say "mum, my back legs are sore".

    -Dont know if I put htis one in my first post but:
    -only horse owners know why a thermometer has a yard of string attached to it. Htis is probabky my fave

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