I Vote Neigh

There’s lots and lots of things I just don’t get and never will. They cascade across my protesting consciousnesses several times daily, like mosquitoes against a windshield. Among the most recent: the nation’s grotesque obsession with Sex In The City and its hideous front-woman, Secretariat Jessica Parker.

So when I found:


I felt much, much better, and, in the loving, Christian spirit of this blog, wanted to share.

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13 Responses to I Vote Neigh

  1. Mr. Ed says:

    You’re out of your mind. She’s gorgeous.

  2. Helen Highwater says:

    You’re just nasty. I feel very sorry for your wife.


  3. Mumblety Peg says:

    Men are such pigs.

  4. FerfelaBat says:

    Those horses are cute a s freak’n button.

  5. Camiel Toe says:

    I never ‘got’ the whole thing either. She’s hideous, and the show was brainless. Maybe it should have been Sex in the Stable.

  6. Sgt Shultz says:

    I almost lost it when I hit the website and the horse whinnied. Did you see the Google ads? “Sexy City mole removal?” zOMG.

  7. Ruh Roh says:

    LOL. You’re a real nay-sayer.

    I hear when she goes on her honeymoon, she’ll rent the bridle suite.

  8. Scott says:

    I like that one of the google ads that popped up on that site was for “Educational opportunities for washed up actresses.”

    I’ve never understood what people see in her, either. (Mr. Ed? That’s funny.)

  9. Ana Menendez says:

    You’re just wrong. Nobody looks like a horse.

  10. Ms Calabaza says:

    I agree with Ana.

    ~ Julia Roberts

  11. Big Brown says:

    Wow! Hubba hubba! Got any pix of her tail?

  12. SPCA Director says:

    Horses are beautiful creatures. And there is a definate resemblance here. So you can expect your blatent exploitation of such a magnificent species will get you in big trouble with PETA….and the horse.

  13. Lassie says:

    Nay! You’ve got it all wrong. She’s one of my kind…

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