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Old 08-24-2009, 04:50 AM   #38001
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Robsie with needles. Now I'm positive that all doctors are sadists.
Think about all the girls obsessed with horses.

Everything ain't normal. I'm telling you.

(if you want, I can extrapolate)
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Extrapolate is a funny word. It sounds like like it means eating.

"Y'all come right on in. Ah'm just extrapolatin' supper."
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No, it's okay.
Well, I'll summarize:
complete domination of large animals (notable: ones that are often associated with fallic imagery (e.g. "hung like a horse"), also consider: riding such creatures), constant smell of dung and heaps of manure visible everywhere.
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Technically, that's elaboration, not extrapolation. You can't extrapolate something that you already know.
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Not surprising. You were pretty drunk.
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Well, I'll summarize:
complete domination of large animals (notable: ones that are often associated with fallic imagery (e.g. "hung like a horse"), also consider: riding such creatures), constant smell of dung and heaps of manure visible everywhere.
I've come to much the same conclusion myself, with regard to the "domination"/control of a large and generally phallocentric or at least overtly masculine animal. Also, horses don't talk back and tend to be fairly loyal to their owners.

However, horse dung has no particular smell... or at least not a strong one. It's no fun to step in or on a fresh pile of "road apples", but stepping in cow dung is much, much worse. Horses themselves do, on the other hand, have a very distinct aroma of their own which is sometimes strong (particularly after a run when the horse is or has been sweating a lot) but is not unpleasant.
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Technically, that's elaboration, not extrapolation. You can't extrapolate something that you already know.
Yeah, I know, I realized that once I came back to make that second post. But I thought you didn't notice so I went all quiet about it. I knew there was something wrong about my choice of words when I made it.

But alas, I am not a native English speaker, so these things happen
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However, horse dung has no particular smell... or at least not a strong one. It's no fun to step in or on a fresh pile of "road apples", but stepping in cow dung is much, much worse. Horses themselves do, on the other hand, have a very distinct aroma of their own which is sometimes strong (particularly after a run when the horse is or has been sweating a lot) but is not unpleasant.
Well, having several horse stables nearby, often along my cycling route, I can say that I guess I don't know what that smell is, but it ain't good to me
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