My name is Dgirl. I like horses.

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Hi dgirl!  If it's really you lol!!! Tongue out

You sound like you're introducing yourself at an AA meeting or something.

Nothing wrong with liking horses.  The better you treat animals the better you treat people too.  I ain't met a horse person I didn't like.

"Peace on earth to people of good will," Luke, chapter 2.

I agree with you Harley! Laughing

I Like donkey's.

Good for you Talksalotatu!  Somebodies got to like asses! Wink

I like racoons; however, they bite.

Dgirl069?Did a middle school student post this? Whoever you are, I'm sympathetic to how dreary your life must be, but you can't be me. First off you are too dull. No fire, no flair. It's discouraging, I know, but you will have to work with the small ammt. of personality you were given.

 

PS, HEY Sadie!! What a come down, huh? These boards suck.

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