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    Senior Member putt-putt's Avatar
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    How many is too many........

    For all of my tdub brothers, I thought that I would post a picture of mrs putt-putt's addiction...... We are down to ONE horse and she has another saddle at the stable!

    I don't know if their are any equestrian people on this site but for those that are not familiar with "horse stuff", each one of those saddles cost more then a brand spanking new tdub! Soooooo, the next time your significant other says, what another bike?........show her the attached picture and say look at this poor guy, lol

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    Yikes. I’m sure each one fills it’s own particular niche, 5 “different” purposes? I think I could cover all my bases with just 5 bikes in the garage

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    Whats good for the gander is good for the goose!

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    My young daughter has been trying to get a Stubben saddle out of me recently. I am not there yet.

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    Senior Member putt-putt's Avatar
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    What Donzo said!

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    a lot less maintenance on a lil' dub than a lil' doggie...
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    I don't know how to ride a horse but I know how to cook one. I learned during the contrived beef shortage in the early seventies.
    Spencer steak is pretty good.
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    Five identical saddles? How expensive are they, and why?
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    Hey phelonius, I'm french, ate a lot of horse meat at one point in my life. Fine grained and sweeter meat than then beef........ mrs putt-putt won't allow it in the house......REAL Italian sauasage is properly made, hold on for it..........with horse meat! (not in north america though)

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    You can't eat a TW, or multiple TW's.

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