Or where do all of my socks go?! I take them off, put them in the laundry basket, then the washer, then either the dryer or just dry on their own. But no one else comes in contact with them, yet... half of them manage to disappear
Why does my $10 watch keep better time than my $1000 computer?
Originally Posted by jump4me
...Or where do all of my socks go?! I take them off, put them in the laundry basket, then the washer, then either the dryer or just dry on their own. But no one else comes in contact with them, yet... half of them manage to disappear
Check your clothes closets. Dryers transmute them into coat hangers.
The inherent vice of Capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings. The inherent virtue of Socialism is the equal sharing of miseries. Winston Churchill
How do cats tell time? They're never late with a demand for breakfast. Mitty also knows when it's precisely 10:30 and time for bed. She sits and stares at me, then runs toward the bedroom if I look at her.
I'm not arguing, I'm just explaining why I'm right Violence doesn't end violence. It extends it. Break the cycle.
Where are my gelding's nipples? My boy dogs have nipples, my husband has nipples, why don't my male horses have nipples????
I had a horse with a swollen sheath once, and the two "lobes" at the bottom of his sheath were inflamed and hot to the touch. It reminded me of mastitis in a mare. So when I called the vet I awkwardly asked "do geldings have nipples, because my gelding looks like he has mastitis".
Vet said no, and I felt very embarrassed.
Vet ultimately said swelling was probably due to an insect bite or a sting, and gelding recovered with a shot of dex, a sheath cleaning, and cold hosing.
But I still say those little lobes on the bottom of a geldings sheath look like vestigial nipples. They may not contain any glandular tissue, but they're in the right location relative to a mares.
Has anyone ever really researched this throughly I wonder?
why do animals suddenly decide they have to cross the rode right infront of your car when you are the only around for miles? I almost killed a bunny (remember the "I killed the Easter bunny thread!"?) this morning...
Originally Posted by Sithly
do NOT give your 5 year old child a big bag of apples and send her out alone into a herd of 20-some horses to get mobbed. There are better ways to dispose of unwanted children.