Cute Overload :D
There should be an ice cream flavor named after these guys.
You ice-cream lovers got any ideas? I’ll get the spoons!
Thanks for the 2 scoops of Appaloosa, Robot. Photo by Olga Itina.
Double vanilla with caramel chippies
What pretty babies.
Or Boston cream piebald
Hasufel and Arod?
I prefer Saddle Sore-bet. It has fewer calories than foal-fat ice cream.
One with caramel and one with chocolate chippies. But they need to be careful they don’t trip on the rocky road.
I have never seen such freckly horses in my life. I assume they’re siblings?
I’m not one to scream ponies, but OMG PONIES!!1!!!
Wither anyone else agrees, Oakley is the best punster, barn none.
Ponies ‘n Cream!
chocolate and caramel kisses
What a lovely photo, with the serene backgound colors accenting the pink nosies…
Hay, you’re not so bad yourself, trixandsam.
All for pun and pun for ALL!
Neappaloosapolitan: dibs on the choco stripes!
Hey, how about Chippety-Clop?
I’d call it Pony Potpourri.
it’s stracciatella for sure!
Somehow, pony chip swirl doesn’t sound very appetizing, does it?
lmao Rohan Ripple sign me up for a gallon!
Thank you Oak, but I have to work at it, and hard. I think Punglish is your native language.
Should I be worried that I not only get NurseNoir’s joke but Saffron’s response? I even know the names of the swords in LOTR.
No worry at all!
As I am not worried that I cried when I first saw the trailer for the new Hobbit movie.
Punglish! Now THAT is inspired.
I am in awe at all the creative Peeps here at CO. Come for the photos; stay for the comments.
Polka Dot Piebald Ponies.
Mmmmm they look delicious!
Are their names Ben & Jerry? harr harr
Beautiful! I opt for “Nougella”.. –> Nougat & Stracciatella
Why do my eyes get all watery when I see something overwhelmingly cute like this?
And Scout C, no, “pony chip swirl” does not sound appetizing. But how about a scoop of “OMG ponies!!11!”?
That’s Pretty Darn Good.
If those brown speckles were chestnuts, we could call it Pony Marroney.
Yummmm, love the flecks of toffee crunch.
FWIW, (and only directed at those who are not saturated with All Knowledge Equine as I attempted to be, as a Young Homo Sapiens)…
there is a color which on a horse, is *called* Roan. And the rather cinnamon spots of
the horse to the right, are in that color!!!
(hmmmmm…I never looked at the SOURCE/etymology of the term “roan”. Off I go to dictionary-ish websites to see….)
For those of you who were like me and suddenly wondered about the etymology of the word roan, here it is: 1520s, from M.Fr. roan “reddish brown,” perhaps from Sp. roano, from O.Sp. raudano, probably from a Germanic source (cf. Gothic raudan, accusative of rauðs “red”).