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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    So I assume you have a king sized bed.
    I stand underneath her neck and she rests her head on my shoulder and chest.

    Although when we come back from a ride, she loves to roll in the hay and kick her hooves in the air.

    I do, though, try to tell her that rolling on her back only shows her big fat tummy, but it doesn't stop her eating like a horse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Sometimes she will put her head on my shoulder and go to sleep. And I can tell you that a horse's head is very heavy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Although when we come back from a ride, she loves to roll in the hay and kick her hooves in the air.

    Pics. OR...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    Pics. OR...
    Does it really matter if the horse is real or not? It's the thought that counts. If wishes were ponies, everyone would ride...

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Does it really matter if the horse is real or not? It's the thought that counts. If wishes were ponies, everyone would ride...
    You're getting as fuzzily metaphorical as Victor! I just wanted to see some evidence that he has an actual, real, physical pony. Named Tricksy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragashree View Post
    You're getting as fuzzily metaphorical as Victor! I just wanted to see some evidence that he has an actual, real, physical pony. Named Tricksy.
    I saw him through the mist, early one morning riding in the distance. He was sitting up very high, very proud---maybe twenty feet high! I don't think he saw me, no one can see me in the ivory turret up in my glass castle.

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    In trance land there are no horses, only unicorns, so ah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    In trance land there are no horses, only unicorns, so ah!
    It would be pretty cool indeed to see pictures of a pony doing those things. But to see a UNICORN doing them would be... well... just out of this world

    Either way:

    Pics PLEASE, Victor!
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