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post #11 of 15 Old 05-19-2010, 07:43 PM
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Ha! XD
Gotta love city slickers. They're adorable.

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post #12 of 15 Old 05-20-2010, 12:46 AM Thread Starter
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lol yesh today he ran away from my horse when she waent to walk forawrd as i stopped by to stay hi (they moved in couple days ago) and was standing talkin to him while holdin her and he got scared and ran behdin the truck haha

just a small town girl with a big town dream :]
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post #13 of 15 Old 05-20-2010, 11:51 AM
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My cousins are all city people, and I used to walk through a ****ty barn in my sandals just to gross them out, even though-obviously-it's not something I particularly enjoyed myself. Lol. I once caught my hand on a nail or something out in the barn and came into the house, blood streaming down my arm...let's just say it freaked them out pretty bad.

Ooo, another story I always enjoy recalling is: in grade 6 or something, all my friends were town girls, so when I'd be getting my calf ready [to show] they'd be in the barn watching and cooing over the anyways, my cow took a crap right before we were going in the ring so I told them to get paper towels and wipe it off her legs (I'm not going to-I've got my whites on!) and my friend got it all down her arm. She was like, FREAKING OUT and I just laugh and walk into the ring.

I got teased by some of the guys in my classes for living on a farm quite a bit...yeah, virtually the entire way through elementary school I was the only kid who lived on a farm.. Anyways, w/e. They were as*es anyways. more story. My -former- best friend was also a town kid, and I brought her over and put her on Buddy, who's this tiny little pony who is as lazy as the devil, and she was afraid to squeeze his sides and make him go, so he was just wandering off to eat grass with her sitting there just looking at me helplessly. I have to say she deserved it, though. She's done so many awful-like, truly awful, not just joking-things to me over the years. That was mild.
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post #14 of 15 Old 05-20-2010, 11:59 AM
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HAHAHA I love city kids!
I also love when the barrel racing circuit rolls into town and all the girls put on their Abercrombie plaids and tight jeans and high heeled knee high cowboy boots and strut the barns.
I once had a friend dress up like this and ask me to take her to meet the barrel boys (in my younger, wilder days I had a pony who was ACE at running barrels so I knew em all) and she even wanted me to go along with this big story about how she had a horse! I was like "***** what kind of horse do you have?" and she said "a brown one!"

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post #15 of 15 Old 05-20-2010, 02:30 PM
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I remember one of my friends grew up in the city and when I asked her to help me clean stalls she was all like YUCK you want me to pick up THAT???? I just stood there laughing because of the look she gave me!

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