I grew up with horses, and one of my favorites was very lippy like this. She was incredibly smart (knew a TON of fun tricks) and sweet, but it was
almost impossible to stop her from flapping her lips. It's considered bad form to allow it, but I have a hard time telling them off because I've
always found it hysterical and adorable.
I was actually surprised there was an actual nibble, most of the horses I've known that do this keep their teeth to themselves.
There are many horse farms in Central Florida. Where I live, I see more horses than automobiles. I love it. I don't know the first thing about horses
except I do like them. People around here would stop to talk with me and their horses are so well mannered, it blows my mind. They take pride in their
horses and it shows. Beautiful animals and very sharp.
I hate them because a lot of people around here have some of them.
I hate them because a lot of girls loved them so much it made me want to vomit.
I hate them because you can smell their crap from a mile away.
I hate them because their fenced in fields smell like their crap that you can smell from a mike away.
I hate them because there's always a pile of crap you can smell a mile away in the middle of MY lane on the road when I see one being ridden, no
matter what side of the road the horse was being ridden on.
I hate them because of that one time I was mowing the grass of a large lot and there was a crap by the side of the road in the grass that I had
nothing to clean it up with so I had to run it over with the lawn mower and smell crap for half the day... From a mile away.
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