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  1. Beauseant
    12-22-2011 03:44 PM - permalink
    Beauseant
    Your time is 6 hours ahead of mine, i think... and I was just thinking, we've got a sort of schedule going on.... I'm about to leave for the farm as I do every evening at this time, then I usually write or email when I get home which is somewhere like 2 or 3 am your time, then I write again in the morning, my time....which is 3 pm or so your time.... wait, I'm confusing myself. lol I'll email those photos tonight.....

    Good night, sweet dreams, "see" you in the morning...well, your morning, that is....wait, I'm confusing myself again....

    I've got to go give Beau his dinner now, tonight's equine menu is: a hamburger with swiss chees and mushroom topping, baked potatoes with butter and sour cream, cherry pie with ice cream, potato chips with onion dip, and his favorite beverage....BEER. That is supposed to be an expression of my frustration in satire form. But then, since you are a mind reader...I'm sure you already knew that. How do you say good night in romanian?
  2. Revengeance
    12-22-2011 03:26 PM - permalink
    Revengeance
    "An interesting fact: it seems like every day we find out how much alike we think, and even that we both forget to drink....lol Wonder what tomorrow will reveal?"

    Only time will show

    And srsly ... stop thinking you'll give me nightmares ... lol
    The only thing that makes me not sleep well is thinking at what answers I might get the next day when I'll open the computer And it's not as if I would fear the answers .... I'm looking very forward to them .. if this statement is correct from a grammar view.. lol
  3. Beauseant
    12-22-2011 03:21 PM - permalink
    Beauseant
    Don't forget to check your email in the morning....as i haven't forgotten to send those pics. i'll do that this evening when I get back from the farm. I hope they don't scare you...or give you nightmares. seriously, I look just like Jared, just without the beard. ROFL
  4. Beauseant
    12-22-2011 03:18 PM - permalink
    Beauseant
    this forum is quite a source of amusement....if it weren't for the fact that these people actually own horses...and it's the horses that suffer from their ignorance and frivolous attitudes.

    An interesting fact: it seems like every day we find out how much alike we think, and even that we both forget to drink....lol Wonder what tomorrow will reveal?
  5. Revengeance
    12-22-2011 03:12 PM - permalink
    Revengeance
    "I need english lessons"
    No , you don't !... you've corrected your self :)
    Someone that does need indeed .... is someone that doesn't know where his/her mistakes were made ... ( rather someone like me .. lol )
  6. Revengeance
    12-22-2011 03:09 PM - permalink
    Revengeance
    Lol ... I don't think I can get a better comparison in this case .. lol .. tell me if you have a better one ...

    Horse is just a machine , very similar to a car ITO
    Their mouth can very well be compared to the reservoir of a car ... insert some fuel and it works faster !
  7. Beauseant
    12-22-2011 03:07 PM - permalink
    Beauseant
    I need english lessons
  8. Beauseant
    12-22-2011 03:06 PM - permalink
    Beauseant
    humane, not human.....
  9. Beauseant
    12-22-2011 03:05 PM - permalink
    Beauseant
    use, not us.

    Sigh.....
  10. Beauseant
    12-22-2011 03:04 PM - permalink
    Beauseant
    they do realize that chewing gum doesn't...digest....i hope. Perfect for impaction colic... great way to kill a horse!! Maybe the slaughter house people should us chewing gum rather than those bolt guns and knives......gum is much more human....it tastes good before it kills them.....

    Coffee....yuck. Never drink it....way too bitter...plus caffeine makes me have panic attacks. I get all nervous and jittery.....Does the same for horses. I read that the racing trainers often inject the horses with caffeine before a race....it's great for them. makes them run faster, increases their blood pressure AND has the added benefit of overworking their hearts. isn't that fabulous????

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    owner of 6 yr. old TB gelding & 9 yr. old Belgian mare

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