Thursday, March 26, 2009

still sleeps in the stable


Adam sent this to me and quips "Someone needs to pick up a copy of He's Just Not That Into You for that poor horse."

8 comments:

Brent said...

Grammatically, isn't this the imperative? So I think the owner wants to you love her horse, just not that way.

Julie said...

Oh that is a good point, I mean I love the horse I ride but never like that. GROSS!!!
This quotation might be more proper then we know.

Sam said...

I think this has potential as something to shout. Consider this Dialogue,

Person one: "I'm sorry sir, we are out of blancmange."
Person Two: "What do you mean you are "out" of blancmange? How do you run out of blancmange? Well, you can just go and 'love' my Arabian!"

Or something like that.

Jerod Poore said...

The love that dare not neigh its name.

Christopher said...

I love this website! It expresses everything I've felt toward other people's quotations marks for years.

Edmund said...

That horse head doesn't look like an arabian. I think the quotation marks were supposed to be on the last word.

Sam said...

That's true Edmund, in fact, isn't that the horse head from The Godfather?

Melvin said...

Amazing post...
thanks you very much....



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