01-16-2012, 12:50 AM
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ROFL, you guys are some sick, twisted beyotches....I LOVE IT!
My stallion went up to the fence and sniffed it, got zapped, snorted, farted, bucked and went back and checked again. It took him like 5 tries before he got over the absolute AUDACITY that I would DARE to zap HIM! Then I put him away and let everyone else introduce themselves to the fence. Same thing, sniff, zap, fart, buck, run in a circle, come back and stand in line for your next turn. They, however, believed it after only 2 tries each. I was pee'ing myself laughing.
A friend of mine's grandson came over with her one day. I told him to be careful of the fence and explained that I had damp feet, wasn't thinking and bumped the fence just as I grabbed the metal gate.....knocked my breath right out and my chest didn't quit hurting for hours. He, of course, had to be macho and try it all on. Stood there and grabbed the gate, kept reaching out and baaaarely brushing the wire with his fingers and snatching his hand back. His grandma warned him to leave it alone. Attractive nuisance, he just couldn't leave it be. I was filling the stock tanks and ooops, turned to squirt a horse and got him just a little wet just as he touched the fence. It NAILED him, he screamed like a 3 year old girl and hit the dirt. Grandma literally did pee her pants laughing and he has never touched that fence again. Lesson learned.