I must admit to being a podcast junkie, I listen to heaps of them. Mostly about real crime and preferably those with a comic twist. Yes, for sure one can have a comic twist on real crime.
There are also a handful horsey pods that caught my attention, I wish there were more but maybe I am bad in finding them or they don't exist.
A favourite topic when men are being interviewed and or talking about their early horsey careers seem to be the topic of how they were bullied at school, just for being into horses.
Not only were they bullied, No, these men seem to believe they were the only ones being bullied for loving horses at young age.
I bet any woman reading this and or who is into horses experienced the exact same thing through their school years.
For sure there's nothing funny about bullies, and thankfully most people grows out of it, but thanks to social media I've noticed a funny twist on this topic.
Cause, in my experience, a lot of these boys, now turned men, seem to have grown out of the "bully a horse lover" character into a dad with a horse loving wife and daughter or two by their side.
So from being annoying teenage boys, these teasers and sometimes pure bullies have suddenly turned into some kind of horse men.
Men that spend their weekends inside ice cold indoor arenas watching their kids compete. Men that clean out stables, tow trailers, and cry like little girls when "their" horses win. Love it!
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