Guiness on Tap Unofficial Blog Hop – Horses as Characters

I love this blog idea. It all started with Austen proclaiming that Pig was Emperor Kuzco.

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I finally got a descent selfie.

“You know when you watch a movie and think to yourself “Whoa. This character is just like so-and-so!”? Well, I’m sure we’ve also had that moment with our horses.”

Now there’s one thing you need to understand. Tucker reminds a lot of people about a lot of different things. I’ve heard anywhere from a Thelwell pony to a squirrel.

I’m not sure I understand the squirrel analogy. He is for sure a special guy with a big personality.I asked John what character he thought Tucker would be. He didn’t have a ready answer so I started throwing out ideas.

Cookie Monster because of his over enthusiasm about eating. That didn’t quite fit though.

Slimer (from The Real Ghost Busters cartoon not the movie) cute, lovable, hungry, slimy but that also didn’t seem quite right.

The Replacements

John said he’d always thought of Tucker as one of those stereotypical football players. Big and not to bright but really sweet. I’m not sure that I agree with that though. He is big and sweet. But he’s not dumb. I can see how people might think that he is though.

And that’s when it hit me. Tucker is Joey Tribbiani from Friends.

He’s passionately addicted to eating.

Like for real.

He’s a bit of a play boy.

He’s got a sense of humour.

He has no problem with what he looks like.

He has his dumb freak out moments.

But you can’t keep him down.

He can be versatile.

We don’t always speak the same language.

Sometimes he can be pretty smart.

He’s completely lovable.

Thanks Austen for the idea!

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6 Responses to Guiness on Tap Unofficial Blog Hop – Horses as Characters

  1. Stephanie says:

    Hahahaha! I like it!

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  2. emma says:

    omg!!! ‘how YOU doin!!!” lololol

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  3. hahahaha! I love this! My dad always said my last horse was like Joey in the “how you doin” sense bc he would always flirt at shows. With anything that moves lol.

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  5. rachelum33 says:

    Lol!! I have never associated my horses to a specific character but I do love narrating for them and creating their voices and personalities. I have decided that our barn has quite a few characters including a Texan, a Brit, and a gangsta thug! Lol

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