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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Wednesday gifdump

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  1. I think my next car needs to be a Nissan.

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  2. #9: Impressive and disgusting at the same time.

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    1. Deep-throating that cucumber could give a man ideas, but chewing it...

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  3. Okay. Between tennis ball blue merle Dachshund and tire train puppies that's about all the cuteness I can handle in one day.

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  4. #6. Retard doing oil injections.
    Not a smart man.

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  5. #8: Future Democrat voter

    #9: Asian Good Girl. (Some will get the reference)

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  6. #10 - WTF, standing there filming your kid about to be stomped to death? Useless parents.

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    1. Shit, when I was a kid we'd try to ride anything we could climb onto - ponies, sheep, goats and cattle - with our parents and grandparents watching. No big deal.

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    2. Cows do not like to be ridden.

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    3. Neither do sheep or goats. I know that first hand.

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    4. Kenny @ 12:56,
      Haha sounds like a story? (I have a couple of them too but you tell yours so much better)

      Drew in Michigan

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    5. No TV. We had to entertain ourselves somehow.

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    6. In Tennessee, we figure that that's how they learn.
      --Tennessee Budd

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    7. Yep. Pigs don’t like to be ridden either. In my experience, ponies were not happy either.

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    8. Plus ponies are mean. And they hold a grudge. Fuckers.

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    9. People who don't know how ponies came to be are apt to think of them as just small horses, and presume they're gentler than big horses. But pony's ancestors evolved to a smaller size because they lived somewhere with terrible weather and scanty food. They're survivors, with an attitude to match - or worse, if they're from some North Sea island like Shetland. It's possible for a little kid to be safe with a pony, but lots of training is needed, especially for the kid. If you just want to set your kid on a horse without hovering over them, get a big old mare. She might be convinced she knows best (especially if she is retired from a riding school) but she's not going to try to hurt anyone.

      My Dad once bought a farm, Shetland pony stallion included. They must have been terrified of him, because they sure hadn't been taking care of him other than tossing hay and grain into his stall. Straw and manure had built up to the point that he could scratch his back on the beams above it, under the floor of the hayloft. Dad grew up where they plowed with mules, so he could handle the pony enough to move him to another stall, and we started cleaning. When done, we had a manure pile 8 feet tall and 20 feet around. We took all the fertilizer from it that a large garden could use, and repeated for eight years. Then Dad got an offer for the farm too good to resist (400% profit!), and when we left, most of the pile was still there.

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    10. "You infidels RIDE your sheep???"

      Abdullah

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  7. I think the dog is the first one is a bit old to play those games. just hand it to him.
    but maybe that just me. he looks like he is getting real long in the tooth.
    and his eyes clouded a bit.

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    1. You clearly carry the burden of a good heart. Good on ya!

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  8. #3 dog sleds? but I thought.....

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  9. #4 - What make of car is that?

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    1. Not sure but the hidden number pad on the b-pillar looks like the Ford keyless entry. I'd guess it's a Lincoln.

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    2. The number pad is OK, but my 2016 VW makes key-locked-in-the car thing impossible at no extra cost. It only locks when all doors are closed and windows rolled up. You either have to be inside using the button inside the driver's door, or outside with the key fob.

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  10. #10 When the kids make pets out of the calves, there will be some cows that will tolerate being ridden.

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  11. OK, what the fuck is that clown doing in #6?

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    1. He's so musclebound he can't get his food to his mouf. Probably can't wipe his own ass, either.

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    2. Damn, I thought he was squatting and those were his kneecaps. LMFAO. Thanks, Ken.

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    3. This is why Sumo wrestlers need apprentices - and why you probably don't ever want to be one.

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    4. No, it's some fucked-up diet thing - brings food close, forces himself not to eat it, then goes to eating leaves and twigs. He's got more videos with the whole process, and damn near ends up crying, pushing away the barbeque or chicken and stuffing Brussels sprouts into his mouth.

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  12. what in the sam hill is #9 eating? looks like iced donuts and sumpin green?

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  13. I'm thinking boiled or steamed squash as juicy as it is and soft as it seems.

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  14. #10 'Guy on a buffalo',the early years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJ4T9CQA0UM

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