Horsing Around

6 Jan
Trifecta: Week 109
WHATEVER
1.  (pronoun) a: anything or everything that
b: no matter what : regardless of what
Used in questions that express surprise or confusion
2.  (adjective) a: all the
b: any ; any … that
Used to refer to something that is not known
3.   (adverb) Used to show that something is not important
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Horsing Around
“Cut” yells the director as he glares at Roger. “Look, we are gonna lose our light soon. I need you to stop horsin’ around and just follow the script. Okay?…on my mark..and action”
Whatever”  thinks Roger to himself ” I am the real star of this show. It’s not some loud-mouth on a megaphone that’s going to tell me what to do.”
A George babyface Nelson look-a-like exits the bank and leaps effortlessly on to the horses back. At that precise instant, Roger decides to relieve the pressure on his bowels, just to prove his point.
“Cut,cut,cut” screams the exasperated director “Someone get me a different damned horse…and clean up my set..”
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Trifecta: Week 109
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7 Responses to “Horsing Around”

  1. J. Milburn January 6, 2014 at 5:33 pm #

    Hahahaha! The reveal that it was the horse “horsing” around and thinking those things, coupled with the picture just cracked me up 😀 Love the story!

  2. jannatwrites January 6, 2014 at 8:15 pm #

    Roger certainly ran the show!

  3. Draug419 January 6, 2014 at 9:51 pm #

    Horses get away with so much.

  4. Lala Rukh January 9, 2014 at 7:11 am #

    Lol 😀 Till the last line I was thinking the hero is a some what rude self centered person…. Turns out he was a horse horsing around 😀 Brilliant !

  5. Cobbie's World January 9, 2014 at 7:23 pm #

    Isn’t the old maxim in Hollywood, never work with children and animals!? 🙂 Lol! Great story! Thanks for brightening up my evening.

  6. Momo January 10, 2014 at 1:58 am #

    The photo is such a perfect addition to your story. A great tale from the horse’s perspective.

  7. trifectawriting January 11, 2014 at 7:16 am #

    Oh my gosh, that photo is perfection. Thanks for the entertaining story. I love ‘hearing’ animals.

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