The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Very pretty coat. Size 99XX.
Looks like a cold horse.God, you're from Romford? How is the old dump? Spent the best part of 20 years there, can't say I miss it....
Lovely horse ... Funny I was just reading autofocused's comment, I'm just down the road from you I would never have noticed if they hadn't have commented lol
Awwww, I love it and looks nice and warm! Happy WW - ours is up as well!
pretty horse. doesn't look too happy about posing for pictures though
Wonderful horse... Ah.... I can almost smell it - I love the horse smell! That's about as near as I come horses today with my back. bummer.My WW is: “Slip On The Ship”(Because of our fabulous cyber cruise that starts now on Friday the 16th of March with many fantastic destinations such as: Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Spain, Germany, Alaska (!), US, Italy, Dominican Republic, Australia and other mystery destinations!) Welcome to cruise with us by enter the A-Swab Team and later on the A-Team Cruiser :-)
I hope they do not show Mr Ed in the UK. I am sure fans of the showcould come up with some dreadful lines.
Looks like a Clydesdale, which is one of my favorites, even if they aren't always hauling beer wagons.
Welcome to WW. The horse looks cozy.
My chin whiskers look just like his. Now I can describe myself as possessing equine like beauty!
Sunday is usually the wordless day.
some of these comments made me laugh...make him smile next time!
He certainly was no size 0 and that's for sure BrianRomford born, Romford left then Romford returned to Autofocused. This photo was taken over at the Chase, off the Rainham Road. Let's say that Romford is!More locals! Ah you live further into London or further out letha?THanks Janet. I am sure it was.. it was a nice warm day too.THanks for your comments Mama duck, Mrs Lifecruiser. I will be visiting your sites shortly!Damn eewbl you are spoiling my mental image of you.. Are you saying you don't look like Botticelli's venus!!!!!!!!I suppose anysat can be a worldless wednesday.. Thing is if I tried to be wordlesss for a day, I would burst!I think it just woke up. THe others were stood stock still. I presume they were gettign a few zzzsToo late Beakerkin.. a horse is a horse of course of course... or something like that. We got and get plenty of US imports, a few good, more than a few dire... we never got Gilligans Island though!Bryan, it wouldn't surprise me. Some of the other horses looked like they had a destriere for a gret, great,great.....great granddaddy!Are you saying that you don't look like Botticelli's Venus.. Damn, there goes my mental image of you Ewbl!Any day can be a wordless one, Ren.. Seriously if I did have to be actually wordless today, I would burst!Next time I'm over the Chase I'll tell him a few jokes, Amy. A Shire horse a shetland and an Apalooza go into a bar..... Hmm, it could work you know!
What are U staring at? Haven't u worn a coat before?Wordless Wednesday Guess-It is up. Go and take a look and guess!!
Looks like a happy horse! Thanks for visiting me. My photo was taken in Branson, Mo. last year while on vacation there.
Ah, Rainham, cheerful name, cheerful place!I lived just off Brentwood Road, technically in Hornchurch, or so we told everyone... ;-)
Horses; one of my favorite topics.
Love the "beard" on him.
He looks nice and cozy in his blanket...
Blue is definitely his color.
Awww, why the long face?hahaGood picture for Wordless Wednesday!
I think It woke up and saw me with a camera. and thoughts "oh no a bloody camers! anyhowblogsAh not far from where I live autofocused. There are worse places to live than ROmford.. Romford or third world shanty then Romford wins!Duchess, Donna, Mike glad you like the photo.. more horses another time! Definitely he looks good in blue, mertpatty the beard is great eh? Again because he just woke up I think imma!
Looks a little like our Crystal.
In 8th grade I had Mr. West who was ancient and very gay. I sat in the front. Everyday he'd have to go thru the mental Rolodex to get to where we left off (sometimes from 5mins before) and he'd taptaptap his chaulk on the blackboard making these little snowflake designs. One day he taptaptap'd, turned, looked at me and asked 'Do they still call heroin 'horse'?' Uhhh, I dunno, Mr. West, I'm only 13....Jen
Crystal must be a handsome horse, celeste.Oh dear Jen, did he think you to be shooting up in the toilets? most of my teachers would have thought heroin was called Mary Pickford!
I'm back from my cruise and the answer to Wordless Wednesday Guess-It is up! Go see if you hit the jackpot!!Good Luck~
A backscratcher.. excellent!
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