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    06-02-2012, 11:14 PM
  #21
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Jessabel    
No horse has ever sneaked off to another woman's barn.

Furthermore, perfect men don't exist, but perfect horses do.
Well you haven't met me and you haven't met our horses. LOL
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    06-03-2012, 07:36 AM
  #22
Weanling
There's no argument about leaving the toilet seat up :/
     
    06-03-2012, 11:13 AM
  #23
Banned
Just turning things around a bit...

Mares are satisifed with 1 pair of shoes - or just barefoot...

Mares only live to around 30, so you aren't stuck with the same old mare your whole life...you can get a new young one when you are 30 and another young one when you are 60...

Mares don't know what shopping is...

Mares don't forget their purses, keys, sunglasses, pills, or heads...

Strange mares don't get bent out of shape if they see you peeing on a tree, barn, bush, tractor tire, fence post, or whatever else you might need to mark as your own...
     
    06-03-2012, 11:36 AM
  #24
Banned
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Originally Posted by roljess    
they don't complain about your cooking... or cleaning skills.
they don't mind when you're running a little late.
They don't need presents, an apple or carrot is plenty.
They don't complain about all your stuff smelling like horses
and they listen quite well without being judgmental or jumping to conclusions.

*** THEY HAVE NO PARENTS THAT YOU STILL HAVE TO DEAL WITH (in-laws)

NOT ENTIRELY TRUE!

Or at least Indie is an oddball. Her stall MUST be perfectly cleaned, or else she snorts and huffs to herself. If I DARE mix her oats wrong, then I get the glare of a lifetime. And MAY THE LORD HAVE MERCY ON MY SOUL if I am running late with said oats, you can hear her neighing at the house from each end of the street, istg.
And sometimes I swear she is judging me by my every move in the saddle..

"Oh, do you NEED contact on my mouth right now?! Oh what?! We can't run a little bit? OH LOOK NOW; you're asking for a collected slow paced rack?! You're such a typical human not understanding I have needs for speed racking."

     
    06-03-2012, 10:00 PM
  #25
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Tianimalz    
"Oh, do you NEED contact on my mouth right now?! Oh what?! We can't run a little bit? OH LOOK NOW; you're asking for a collected slow paced rack?! You're such a typical human not understanding I have needs for speed racking."


See? This is why I don't ride mares.
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    06-04-2012, 09:23 AM
  #26
Yearling
If my horse is not hitting the mark a slight nudge is all it takes to fix
My horse doesn't expect me to be entertained sitting in the couch
My horse knows it's fine to look like a bum at home but out in public it's fancy time
     
    06-04-2012, 09:27 AM
  #27
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Tianimalz    
Horses will wear whatever you buy them, and not complain about how "dumb and girly" it looks
Maybe not in words, but I have totally gotten a look that says "really?" loud and clear. Granted, it came from a mare and might have had Nothing to do with fashion. ;)
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    06-04-2012, 09:48 AM
  #28
Foal
Heres where I rank in my house with my wife:

1. Children
2. Horses
3. Dogs
4. Cat
5. Birds
6. Cows
7. Curable Lepers
8. Me
9. Incurable lepers.

And the beauty of it is, I don't care.
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    06-04-2012, 11:09 AM
  #29
Foal
My mare and gelding are always there for me and sometimes i'll just spill my guts to them both while theyre on a lead line and just talking to them, they'll nudge me and I know some guys would never be there to just let me vent!
     
    06-04-2012, 12:13 PM
  #30
Yearling
Why it would be easier/better being a horse:

If, as a mare, you are not in season (not in the "mood") you are not scolded for beating the crap out of the stud until he leaves you alone...

As a mare, you are expected to take care of your young for a set period of time, and then they are kicked out of your care and never have to worry about them leeching as young adults...

As a stud, you don't have to worry about the mares fighting over you, you'll get to them all eventually

As a mare, while pregnant, you can be left alone for a while and don't have to hear the stud complaining about your "moodiness."

As a mare, you are not confined to peeing in one spot. You are on an even playing field with the geldings/stallions and can pee wherever you please...

As a mare, you are also on the same playing field as the males when it comes to farting/pooping and you don't have to be embarrassed for it...

As a mare, you are not considered a hussy for being bred to a different stallion each year, but instead it is considered diversifying your potential offspring...

As a stallion, you can breed as many mares as you like and are never expected to pay child support/alimony...

Did I miss any?
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