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  1. #1
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    Default Spinoff: Alright... confession time - "I'm sorry, but....."

    I'm sorry, but I love the look of white breeches - so clean & fresh... ahhh

    I'm sorry, but I think shad's look silly in the hunter ring & are better left for Dressage.


    feel free to add your own.....



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    I'm sorry, but I cringe when I see a child wearing a shad...and I grind my teeth when I see a child in jods wearing a shad.
    http://www.tbhsa.com/index.html

    Originally Posted by JSwan
    I love feral children. They taste like chicken.



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    I'm sorry, but I detest Kippy belts. And not just because it's a fad that has now passed--I hated them at the height of their popularity.
    Life would be infinitely better if pinatas suddenly appeared throughout the day.



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    I'm sorry, a horse can put together the loveliest hunter round since Rox Dene, but if I can't take on a trail ride, it's useless to me.



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    I.m sorry but I think hunter hair makes you look like the little old ladies that serve lunch at elementary school!!!!



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    I'm sorry, but I hate the use of an apology before stating an opinion.




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    Quote Originally Posted by shawneeAcres View Post
    I.m sorry but I think hunter hair makes you look like the little old ladies that serve lunch at elementary school!!!!
    I hate the feeling of hair over my ears so I just don't do it. I look like a dork anyways the hunter hair isn't going to help me.



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    I'm sorry, but if you don't do hunter hair, I don't take you seriously and mock your Dumbo ears.



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    I'm sorry, but all I see in this photo now is my EAR.

    http://pets.webshots.com/photo/28232...48495570oAEOeB

    All my photos are like this. I think at the next show I'll ask the photographer to photoshop me some hunter hair.



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    I'm sorry, but I like Rust Breeches. They look sooooooooo cute on ponies with little kids on board at schooling shows (very limited on my extent of tolerance to rust, LOL).

    I have most likely been brain washed, as the best pair of breeches I had growing up were rust colored.
    ~ Kimberlee
    www.SpunkyDiva.com



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    I'm sorry, but people should make the effort to read the rule book BEFORE they post a rules question.

    It's one thing to ask for clarification once in a while, but at least read the rule first.

    And don't get snippy when you get called on it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tidy rabbit View Post
    I'm sorry, but all I see in this photo now is my EAR.

    http://pets.webshots.com/photo/28232...48495570oAEOeB

    All my photos are like this. I think at the next show I'll ask the photographer to photoshop me some hunter hair.
    Well, if they can fix the horse's ears, why couldn't they fix yours?



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    I'm not sorry at all, and people who wear shadbellies to local hunter classics need to braid their horses. If you dress up, you'd better dress your horse up too. And checkerboards on the rumps wouldn't come amiss.
    "I'm not always sarcastic. Sometimes I'm asleep."
    - Harry Dresden

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    I'm sorry, but if you're showing a small pony, you shouldn't be wearing tall boots. If you're tall enough to wear tall boots, you shouldn't be showing a small pony.



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    Quote Originally Posted by theroanypony View Post
    I'm sorry, but if you're showing a small pony, you shouldn't be wearing tall boots. If you're tall enough to wear tall boots, you shouldn't be showing a small pony.
    Addition:
    I'm sorry but...
    If you have boobs, you wear boots. If you have boots and boobs, don't wear braids!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pirateer View Post
    Addition:
    I'm sorry but...
    If you have boobs, you wear boots. If you have boots and boobs, don't wear braids!
    haha thank you! That was more eloquently put. But oh so true.



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    I'm sorry but, I'm tired of seeing young (and occasionally NOT so young) ladies exposing themselves a little bit too much at the barn! I mean, I'm 17, i'm not boobless, but I know how to be appropriate and cover up! Is it so hard? I know it's 90 degrees, but wear a baggy t-shirt or something, so I don't have to wonder if your boobs are going to fall out of your too-tight spaghetti strap cami top which is NOT barn-appropriate!! :eyeroll: It's about riding, not cleavage!
    (|--Sarah--|)

    Blitz <3 & Leap of Faith <3



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    I'm sorry, but I despise the "trainer visors" (you know, the long floppy black ones that attach to your helmet) and think they look ridiculous. Especially if the person wearing them isn't a trainer



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    I'm sorry, but the snaffle rein AND the curb rein on my pelham are laced. And I show like that. Every show.



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    Quote Originally Posted by HARROLDhasmyheart View Post
    I'm sorry, but I despise the "trainer visors" (you know, the long floppy black ones that attach to your helmet) and think they look ridiculous. Especially if the person wearing them isn't a trainer
    Do you know where to find this? I want one! I know they look idiotic but anything to keep the sun off my face! Plus I ride alone all the time so no one would see me.



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