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post #11 of 33 Old 11-14-2010, 02:37 AM Thread Starter
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lol but other than the times I hit the ground off a horse my mouth is pretty clean :L even though I have grown up with a dairy farmer dad and a home mum who both have very foul mouthes

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post #12 of 33 Old 11-14-2010, 02:42 AM
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it went kinda like "I F****** don't want that B****** you call a horse you can keep that royal piece of s*** it's like he's got a rocket right up his a**.
I admit this made me laugh harder!! That's the sort of thing I mutter whilst walking up to the horse to haul myself back on!

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I admit this made me laugh harder!! That's the sort of thing I mutter whilst walking up to the horse to haul myself back on!
lol I don't do muttering, unless I have company or I'm at a show, in that case I hold my tongue a bit.
The last time my mouth was that bad was a year and a half ago when I fell off Bubbles and broke my ribs lol. Sat down and swore my lungs out for 5 minutes, got up stomped over to the gate, said a few more choice words, got on and worked again lol. Didnt feel my ribs till next morning ><

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lol I don't do muttering, unless I have company or I'm at a show, in that case I hold my tongue a bit.
The last time my mouth was that bad was a year and a half ago when I fell off Bubbles and broke my ribs lol. Sat down and swore my lungs out for 5 minutes, got up stomped over to the gate, said a few more choice words, got on and worked again lol. Didnt feel my ribs till next morning ><

Hahah I usually mutter or I get yelled at but I completely understand with the ribs!! I said many! Loud choice swear words when I cracked my ribs. Mind you, I thought I had a right being smashed into a tree with a horse on top of me. When I got to the gateway to the drive (i was on a trail) I saw the horse happily eating the "my" flowers!! And well I think I used more words than in the dictionary!! I really only ment there must be a very loose screw in that ****, screwed up head of his.. and Oh dear god! I have to hop on you crazy B****** Haha what pain makes you do!!

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Hahah I usually mutter or I get yelled at but I completely understand with the ribs!! I said many! Loud choice swear words when I cracked my ribs. Mind you, I thought I had a right being smashed into a tree with a horse on top of me. When I got to the gateway to the drive (i was on a trail) I saw the horse happily eating the "my" flowers!! And well I think I used more words than in the dictionary!! I really only ment there must be a very loose screw in that ****, screwed up head of his.. and Oh dear god! I have to hop on you crazy B****** Haha what pain makes you do!!
Yeah the ribs breaking/cracking aren't a very pleasant experience are they lol. I had to laugh after I *willingly* got off bubbles after the ribs breaking because I had beige jods and a pink singlet on, both of which were muddied over one side of my body lol.

Lol that would have been such an awesome day for you then <<sarcasm>>

Haha bet we couldnt beat Urban Dictionary though theres some decent ones in there lol.

My ribs hurt just thinking of the whole tree+horse=smashed rider *OUCH!!!*

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Yeah the ribs breaking/cracking aren't a very pleasant experience are they lol. I had to laugh after I *willingly* got off bubbles after the ribs breaking because I had beige jods and a pink singlet on, both of which were muddied over one side of my body lol.

Lol that would have been such an awesome day for you then <<sarcasm>>

Haha bet we couldnt beat Urban Dictionary though theres some decent ones in there lol.

My ribs hurt just thinking of the whole tree+horse=smashed rider *OUCH!!!*

Oh it hurt!! I was even more angry, when I saw he didnt even have a scatch after him hitting the tree too!! God I almost died through anger! Lets just say the whole cross country phase the next day was no-go!

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Hahaha yopu two are funny! Believe it or not I didnt swear when tess kicked me in the face. I just stood up and went "wheres my phone!!" then noticed there was blood pouring out of my mouth. Meanwhile my friends just staning there like this " :0". Im running up to the house, believely not crying until my sis asked me what happened. While all this was happening mum was out picking up my TB so I had no one to take me to the hospital till she got back. When I got out of hospital I went down to insect my new horse with a swollen face :( poor me lol

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Hahaha yopu two are funny! Believe it or not I didnt swear when tess kicked me in the face. I just stood up and went "wheres my phone!!" then noticed there was blood pouring out of my mouth. Meanwhile my friends just staning there like this " :0". Im running up to the house, believely not crying until my sis asked me what happened. While all this was happening mum was out picking up my TB so I had no one to take me to the hospital till she got back. When I got out of hospital I went down to insect my new horse with a swollen face :( poor me lol
lol I actually find that kinda funny believe it or not, although I have a sore jaw enough(wisdom teeth) as it is without the mental image of you being kicked in the face :O that's just plain... I don't even have a word for how painful that sounds lol.

Yeah I'll agree with that, poor you :S

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haha it was funny looking back now. Now you will probably think she is viciuos after me telling you now she has also kicked me in the hand and the hip as well. She is NOT a vicious horse and it was just hre flight instinct telling her to do it. Anyone else I know would yell amd scream and hit the horse telling it it was bad but I just understood tess. In the hand incident, I was leading her and a goanna scurried up a tree and sppoked tess causing her to kick out. The hip one was she stood on my boot when I was leading her and she spooked AGAIN and kicked out getting me in the hip. But she knew what she did and ran back to me. I bet she was thinking. "OMG. I've killed my human!!" she really is a sweet horse and didnt mean anything.

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haha it was funny looking back now. Now you will probably think she is viciuos after me telling you now she has also kicked me in the hand and the hip as well. She is NOT a vicious horse and it was just hre flight instinct telling her to do it. Anyone else I know would yell amd scream and hit the horse telling it it was bad but I just understood tess. In the hand incident, I was leading her and a goanna scurried up a tree and sppoked tess causing her to kick out. The hip one was she stood on my boot when I was leading her and she spooked AGAIN and kicked out getting me in the hip. But she knew what she did and ran back to me. I bet she was thinking. "OMG. I've killed my human!!" she really is a sweet horse and didnt mean anything.

Oh! I've been kicked in the hip by a miniture! And that caused a blood clot! God the size of Tess would hurt 10x more!!

P.s this miniture is still out to get me

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