Sunday, April 30, 2006

Two Horse Power


Back in time to the orignal trail riding.I was a little low on funds so I had to make my own horses out of driftwood. They eat very little and their poo looks like little driftwood charcoal brickets.

23 Comments:

At 4:14 PM , Blogger jungle jane said...

How do they root? Wouldn't it be terribly noisy? I hope they are careful with the flame when they light their post-root cigarette...

 
At 9:53 PM , Blogger Pixie Sprinkle said...

They probably get a wood wood...

 
At 4:36 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

JJ: When they root an old saying comes to mind that a long dead man of limited education but infinite wisdom shared with me "louder than two skeletons fucking on a tin roof using a tin can as a rubber". He did not share any post root wisdom I can glean from my memory.

Pixie: You should really not comment so early in the morning, before make up and grapefruit juice. But I think you are correct about they would get a wood wood would they not(knot)?

 
At 4:48 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

A word I will use from this day onward, daily!

cunctation \kunk-TAY-shun\ noun

: delay

Example sentence:
When a case that had been carried on the court calendar for nearly three years was brought before the judge, he admonished the lawyer for flagrant cunctation.

Did you know?
"Cunctation" isn't the only word we have from Latin "cunctari," which means "to hesitate." There are the adjectives "cunctatory," "cunctatious," and "cunctative" ("tending to delay"), and the noun "cunctator" ("one who delays"). Without hesitation, we will tell you that although "cunctation" has been around for over 400 years, all these words are pretty rare — but that's not to say that no one ever uses them now. For example, our example sentence was inspired by an actual modern use in reference to a cunctatory lawyer. Nor are they just "lawyer words": "The FAA has a cunctative approach to supervising airline security," wrote Playboy magazine in 2002. So, if you delight in hard words, don't forever put off using one of these vocabulary-boosting terms.

 
At 11:44 AM , Blogger Captain Carl said...

Arrr....but I bet they work well in water.......

 
At 11:53 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

Cappy:Come to think of it instead of half starving and having to eat your horse, here you have the option of drowning and building a boat. Great idea, I'm going to start a marketing plan stat! You of course will get your usuall cut of the profits. JW

 
At 2:01 PM , Blogger Pixie Sprinkle said...

Josh I do have my make up on. Can't you see from the picture? Gees, you need glasses...

 
At 3:10 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

pixie: You were right, with projectile vomit covering my specs (fashion frames) you are adorable!

 
At 4:19 PM , Blogger Pixie Sprinkle said...

See? I am as pretty as a cutie little picture!

 
At 4:59 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

Pixie:Ever since the German Purity Law or Reinheitsgebot of 1516, beers in Germany can only legally be produced using the core ingredients of water, hops, yeast and malted barley or wheat.

Forget chemicals; German brewers are not even allowed to add sugar or lesser grains such as maize or rice.

Perhaps, then, it is hardly surprising that fans of German beers insist that they taste "cleaner" - and swear that they cause less of a hangover.Not to mention my sweet Pixie you have suddenly shown me a new side that I had not seen before but thanks to Reinheitsgebot I am , how do I say? Libra! Free! Beer for president!

 
At 5:51 PM , Blogger Le Chitelier said...

Ab: Cunctation

My that was awfully cuntatory! I know I'm being a real cuntator but would you like another cuntative? Don't mind me for being so cuntatious.

 
At 7:42 PM , Blogger Mone said...

cunctation - something I never heard about, maybe I should be spending more time reading Playboy magazine?

German beer does taste "cleaner", but there is allways a great ale like "Red Hook" which taste better (in my opinion of course).

 
At 3:48 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

Le Chit: Your late, but forgiven.

Mone: Of all the beers I've tried before, I have never had Red Hook...Now I have a mission. I love fresh "FRESH"(like good food Fresh is the key) Boddingtons , Guiness, Budvar (the original Budweiser available at a Czech Republich near you but never Red Hook I just figured it was another brewer with a hook. There are some mighty fine micro brews out there and some that taste of bile. Thanks I will give it a try. Thanks JW

 
At 10:33 AM , Blogger Roxi said...

you know.. I've sen the artist that does these.. they really are beautiful.. she models them after her own horses and uses things she finds on her farm to build them..

lovely..

 
At 12:18 PM , Blogger Zen Wizard said...

It's not as hard to "break those horses in."

On the other hand, they would make for some really boring rodeos.

 
At 12:26 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

Roxi: Thanks, I thought they were cool.

Zen: Yep, but they good people.

 
At 2:12 PM , Blogger Le Chitelier said...

I'm really liking "cuntatious". I'm going to be using my new word a lot from now on. Here are some phrases I've already come up with:

-"STOP! Don't be cuntatious! Save yourself from being cuntatious with these new anti-cuntatious pills!"

-"Oh, don't mind him, he's just being cuntatious"

-"My, you are such a cuntatious @#$%!"

 
At 4:06 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

Le Chitelier: New words is good, glad you were as charmed as myself, words make some of the most funny sentences.

 
At 4:24 PM , Blogger Pixie Sprinkle said...

HEY! i have wooden horse shit all over my shoes! Bad pony!

 
At 4:34 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

Pixie: Use the wooden horse shit removing brush I left next to the tack shed...It's next to the old wooden artificial insemination device.

 
At 6:16 PM , Blogger Pixie Sprinkle said...

fuck. that wasn't a hairbrush??

 
At 8:21 PM , Blogger ing said...

Hairbrushes are for spanking, silly, not for shit-removing!

 
At 3:25 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

pixie: see ings respones.

ing: Good to see you are still around I was worried,your absence made me ponder.

 

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