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post #1 of 2 Old 07-08-2019, 06:49 PM Thread Starter
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Taking care of horses

My daughter and I came up with this after yet another Teddy vet visit.

The most important part of a horse to take care of is its feet. And its teeth. And also everything else.

The most expensive part of a horse to take care of is ... all of it.

The only horse that is easy to take care of is a Breyer horse. And even then, I wouldn't put it past one of those to pull up lame randomly one day.

Sigh. I put this in "Jokes and funnies" but it's really one of those things where it's less funny and more "if I don't laugh I'll cry."
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post #2 of 2 Old 07-08-2019, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by ACinATX View Post

The only horse that is easy to take care of is a Breyer horse. And even then, I wouldn't put it past one of those to pull up lame randomly one day"
This made me laugh with a childhood memory-I canít even count the number of my favorite Breyer horses that were magically healed from (literally) broken legs by sticking them back together with wax I was supposed to be using for my braces. I guess that makes me a child of the early 90s Does that stuff even still exist??
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