The Telly says these Ponies have a “calming effect beneficial to learning.” Duh. What I’d like to know is why the Mariemont City School District didn’t know about this. Spotted by Arne.
[OK, lemme just check this out…hmmmm…ok…yeah…this seems fine NO THIS IS GREAT COME ON IN THE WATER’S FINE! WOO HOO!]
[Let me just take care of these fleas ya got back here- and do you mind if I have a seat after I’m done? Thanks!]
You won’t believe the Nose that’s coming up in this one at 0:58!
“My husband and I were looking through some videos that we took during our world bicycle trip that began in Iceland. (We’re from Canada.) When we saw this video that we took of a group of Icelandic horses, Cute Overload’s Nosevember came immediately to mind. Anyhow, we hope you’ll consider our submission of this lovely shaggy horse. We love your site. Thank you for all you do.” -Michele & Benoit. (Benoit’s voice and hand are featured in the video.)
[I can do that! And I can clean your back, too! Just hold still for me, OK?]
From Susan M.
[So, here goes. How did the cowboy ride into town on Friday, stay for three days, and ride out on Friday?]
[His horse’s NAME was Friday! Nyuk nyuk nyuk! Honestly. Thanks for the applause. Seriously. And don’t forget to tip your waitress. We’re here all week.]
“For the past two years my husband and I have gone horse-trekking in Iceland. It’s great fun riding around the beautiful and spectacular scenery and, as you can see, the horses (technically OMGPonies, but Icelanders never refer to them that way) are simply adorable.” -Ruth G.
(Joke from Jokes4Us.com.)
This might be a C.O. first. OMG Ponies!11!! + Side-Eye? Have we EVER seen this before? Borderline unheard of. Amber H., what IS going on here?
“We here at Shiloh Acres Horse Rescue would like to submit a pic of two of our precious rescue Ponies, one of which is displaying the VERY rare Equine Side-Eye as he meets his new neighbor for the first time! These two boys were rescued within a few weeks of each other. The pic shows young Mojo in the back, giving The Side-Eye to Malachi, the older horse in the foreground. Thanks for all the smiles!”
His name…..is ACER.
He’s three…..and he sleeps in a small stable. Of course he does.
You may pick yourself up off the floor whenever it’s convenient.