August 24, 2006

No Dogs, Except Guide Horses

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Well they are trainable, and at least a shop owner is going to look at them and think "working animal" rather than "pet"...

Still strange, though…

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  1. "A guide horse goes into a bar, and the barman says: why the long face?"....

    24 Aug 2006, 14:49

  2. Or the post–modern variation I came across:

    A horse goes up to bar and the barman says, "Why are you so depressed?"


    A bear goes up to the bar and says, "I'll have… two beers." The barman says, "Why did you hesitate?"


    A ghost goes up to the bar and the barman says, "Sorry, we don't serve ghosts…

    24 Aug 2006, 15:11

  3. Okay, then (rolls up sleeves)

    A horse walks into a bar and the barman says: "ooh, did that hurt?"
    A horse walks into a bar and the barman says: "shouldn't you have jumped that?

    24 Aug 2006, 15:27

  4. Actually, this is a great idea to get some of these little horses into useful work. Half the time, the smaller breeds just get used as companions to bigger animals… though some of the smaller breeds can be right b*stards. One assumes that these guide horses do not associate with the remarks of the last sentence. And when there is evidence of recent guide horse traffic, you can put the evidence on the roses instead of worrying about toxoplasmosis.

    24 Aug 2006, 15:32

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