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“A few years ago a local guy here "married" a shetland pony.”
“I am thinking Great Danes on one end, shetland ponies on the other.”
“Nuff said, although I would hardly call back-scuttling a shetland pony and putting it on You Tube a ‘minor criminal record’ though on March 6, 2008 at 9: 02 pm | Reply Notaspecialist”
“Undoubtedly someone will say "Say ‘ello to my leetle friend," and I hope it’s Willie and then he rides in on a shetland pony smoking a roach.”
“Despite her dislike of pink she chose soft merino over some shetland she liked the colour of better and I whipped up this hat a couple of weekends ago.”
“En cent pour cent shetland traité “supersoft”, Il allie a merveille chaleur et douceur, et me fait bénéficier de la qualité “Donegal-Tweed”, un fil tricoté dans la plus pure tradition irlandaise.”
“And those huge palmetto bugs that are the size of shetland ponies.”
“The beast is sheep, shetland in this case, although I was gifted with a bag o' white alpaca last month thank you, Nurse Kelly! and so it will also be beast in the future.”
“So if you take your pot-bellied pig, pygmy goat or shetland pony into the park, it can crap where it pleases with no restriction...”
“Reality Sets In For Michael Bastian Courtesy Michael Bastian A shetland blazer, boiled shetland sweater, flannel carpenter pants and brushed alpaca gloves, by Michael Bastian.”
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