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  1. #1
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    Default If You Are An Animal Communicator, Please..

    .. Would you tell the bay horse that his ho is not coming back and he should just stop hollering for her? Thank you so very much!!!!
    "Kindness is free" ~ Eurofoal
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    He claims that his ho owes him some money



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    I think you must specify where this particular bay pimp lives in order for the communicator to dial up the right one. They're on every corner, you know.
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    Oh, dear. A little noisy at your place tonight, eh?
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    The ho never looked back so I think he is SOL.

    That would be the screaming bay horse in the upper pasture, not to be confused with the quiet, grazing bay horses in the front pasture.

    He has been screaming for over 12 hours! Please someone tell him to stop!!!
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    Stop.



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    You must be quite talented... He hasnt screamed in ten minutes. A respite! Thanks!
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    Ah, yes, I am dialed in...but I'll be needing your Visa or Mastercard # before sending thought waves...



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    Quote Originally Posted by EqTrainer View Post
    You must be quite talented... He hasnt screamed in ten minutes. A respite! Thanks!

    Perhaps he just needed some rest after screaming for so long.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverley View Post
    Ah, yes, I am dialed in...but I'll be needing your Visa or Mastercard # before sending thought waves...
    Oops, I forgot the credit card info before I sent the "Stop" thought wave. *sigh* I suppose there will be no payment this time for me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanely Eccentric View Post

    Perhaps he just needed some rest after screaming for so long.
    he's a little hoarse now...
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    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alagirl View Post
    he's a little hoarse now...
    You turned him into a pony?



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    If she were a truly gifted animal communicator, she would have turned him into a Gypsy Vanner and had him fart butterflies in her general direction. Much quieter!
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    Full-time bargain hunter.



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    I think he is wore out he's not the sharpest tool in the shed anyway...thanks everyone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverley View Post
    Ah, yes, I am dialed in...but I'll be needing your Visa or Mastercard # before sending thought waves...
    I'm showing my visa card to my horse right now. If you can get the number from him, then charge me whatever you like and tell me what else he says.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tangledweb View Post
    I'm showing my visa card to my horse right now. If you can get the number from him, then charge me whatever you like and tell me what else he says.
    rotflmoa!!!!!!!!!!!! Great way to start a Friday morning. Tx!



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    AHEM!

    YOU may have slept last night, but I, the animal combobulator extraordinaire, was RUDELY awoken this morning by the bay horse's demand* that you find an attractive replacement IMMEDIATELY. or he will commence calling again.

    that is, unless you feed him this morning.




    *possibly it was not your bay horse but my own asking for breakfast
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    Quote Originally Posted by tangledweb View Post
    I'm showing my visa card to my horse right now. If you can get the number from him, then charge me whatever you like and tell me what else he says.
    Oh that is really, really good. Yep, I'm stealing that one.



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    I am not a touchy feely kind of guy, but why does it always have to center on girls? Maybe the poor guy had other issues, like his internet was down, or someone was eating from his hay pile, or some nasty pony was giving him trouble.

    I guess I am an animal communicator. I am an animal, and I communicate. Do you want my PayPal account?
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