I’ll cut my hair when horses fly… nevermind.
Photo courtesy of Joe B.
Found in Thailand.
A horse! A horse! My careful for a horse!
Flying horses anyone
These Amish get about
Well, it’s not as bad as bungee-jumping hippos.
For the upper class horses.
And you were worried about seagull poop.
Site of the “Amish Gone Wild” videos.
Horses, off courses
Man. the things a guy will do just to see a nude beach.
The buggies will eat you if you don’t watch out.
Why don’t the Amish water ski?
Because the horses would drown.
Q: What goes clip clop clip clop clip clop, bang bang bang.
A: An Amish drive by shooting.
Those aren’t brown jellyfish that have washed onto the beach either.
and I thought they only did that at Normandy during WWII.
I never knew that cart horses liked parasailing.
Q. What is the difference between a carthorse and a warhorse?
A. A warhorse darts into the fray.
There’s absolutely no danger from low-flying punctuation, though.
Look here mate. My name is Icarus.
I wish to lodge a complaint about a Landau, and an eight-in-hand, encroaching on my airspace.
BE CAREFUL: OF PARASAILING HORSES; AND BUGGIES; ON THE BEACH?
Ist das besser?
The horseflies are really bad around there.
Who knew there was an Amish Santa Claus, let alone that he hangs out in Thailand?
did you know i’m riding this horse, which is parasailing backwards? HYAH!
How come the Amish have flying “cars” before we do?
Did you said they’re farting rainbows too?
Also this beach is a cornfield
Another lesson in the importance of punctuation.
Parasailing horses and buggies better watch out for children and dogs riding bicycles.
@EffEff. I asked a man in a wheelchair with no legs about this. He didn’t know what I was on about.
Found in Thailand? That makes this even better Engrish since Penang is in Malaysia, and not Thailand!
This is in Malaysia, not Thailand.