The name is Casey, I'm 18, and I've got a lovely 15.3 Canadian/QH named Royal Casanova. Rocking Canada :)
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bridles-and-boots:

horsesequalsmiles:

Trust won’t save you if a plastic bag comes rolling by.

if you aren’t an equestrian this would be so fucking confusing 

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scienceofcatastrophe:

readysetjump95:

mare-moment:

"This hashtag is hurting people!" that’s quite ironic since the whole point of this hashtag is to keep those people from getting hurt.

"#dontbeafruit is stupid! a hashtag isn’t going to do anything!" then why are you so worried about it if it’s just a useless hashtag?

"I’m so…

I love how it says “no one over 16” yet the whole time I’ve watched the videos a lot have mentioned protecting the younger generations.
Oh no! The target audience is getting the point. What a failure !!
I imagine it’s tough to keep dumb comments to yourself. I can only sympathize with you though you see, I, along with the riders supporting this were raised to be thoughtful individuals.

Okay first off did you just call me an it

Secondly the only people I have seen using this #dontbeafruit hashtag are those who would not be putting their horse’s foot on them ANYWAY. Do you actually think this is going to make people who WOULD put their horse’s hoof on them stop? Do you ACTUALLY think this is going to affect anyone?

Yes? Correct. But not the way you think.

From what I’ve seen on instagram and on here, the kids who’ve seen this campaign are just annoyed and offended by it, and have made their own tag in response to it, #imavegetable or something like that, and are now posting even more pictures of them engaging in the activity the campaign is trying to stop. The “dontbeafruit” campaign has effectively caused these children to engage in the dangerous activity even more

Do any of you actually think that these kids don’t realize horses are heavy, or that it’s dangerous to have them put their foot on you? Do you actually think you’re doing anything other than waste food by making your horse step on a melon? Do you really think you’re educating anyone by making your horse step on a pear? 

Do you know WHY kids do this? They do it BECAUSE it’s dangerous, and giving them a visual of how dangerous it is isn’t going to do anything but encourage them. They think that their horse has the bond or whatever with them to not step on them, they know the horse could easily kill them and that’s what makes it thrilling, that’s what they think makes it such a special thing, that’s why they think it shows such a bond. Because it’s dangerous.

Honestly this whole thing is very poorly thought out. Maybe you were raised to be a “thoughtful individual” or whatever, but I learned to actually think critically about the campaigns I create and/or support, and if the desired effects will match the effect it will realistically have on the target audience. 

I was referring to your post as “it”. Get over yourself. Not everything is about you.
If children see this campaign as a dare then so be it. Natural selection.
Honestly if someone sees the posts and decides, “huh so that’s what my horse can do to my insides. Let’s try it !” Then that’s simply what they’ve decided to do with their free will.
You’re bashing something that’s supposed to create awareness of how dangerous your petty fluffy Princess pony can be.
I bet you bash suicide awareness too considering your attitude.
In the end, if you don’t like the damn campaign don’t make rude comments. Maybe if you responded reasonably, and non-aggressively people would actually care what you have to say.
You are completely allowed to say that you think the campaign is flawed. I’ve given you permission if you can behave and play nice with others. Quit acting like a prick.

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"

How to feel better about yourself:

1. Sleep without underwear every once and a while, it’s good for you. Maybe even try sleeping naked.

2. Take long baths with tea, ice cream, or whatever you please. Throw in bubbles if that’s your style.

3. Look at yourself like you look at your best friend. Find the freckles you love, what your eyes look best with, what hairstyle compliments your smile.

4. When you look at your naked body in the mirror, only think good things. Say compliments to yourself aloud. Watch yourself smile, and encourage yourself.

5. Take yourself out on a date. Treat yourself to the things you love. You’re alone yes, but there is nothing wrong with that. Remember all the times you were smothered by people and talking crowds, and you only wanted to be alone with yourself.

6. Write yourself a love note. Tell yourself your favorite things about you, and tell yourself all the things you want to become. Tell yourself you’ll love you forever.

7. Take pictures of yourself. Selfies are magnificent! Take 500! Take them everywhere! Find the good lighting! Pick your favorite one and realize what a wonderful work of art you are.

8. Acknowledge your accomplishments, all of them. Got out of bed? It’s hard sometimes and it’s been hard before, so honestly great job. Drink lots of water, and at the end of the day congratulate yourself for staying hydrated. Let yourself know when you are proud, and soak up the feeling of “well done”.

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http://scienceofcatastrophe.tumblr.com/post/83047654030/mare-moment-this-hashtag-is-hurting-people

mare-moment:

"This hashtag is hurting people!" that’s quite ironic since the whole point of this hashtag is to keep those people from getting hurt.

"#dontbeafruit is stupid! a hashtag isn’t going to do anything!" then why are you so worried about it if it’s just a useless hashtag?

"I’m so…

I love how it says “no one over 16” yet the whole time I’ve watched the videos a lot have mentioned protecting the younger generations.
Oh no! The target audience is getting the point. What a failure !!
I imagine it’s tough to keep dumb comments to yourself. I can only sympathize with you though you see, I, along with the riders supporting this were raised to be thoughtful individuals.

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pride-riding:

SO TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT,

WHAT YOU REALLY REALLY WANT!

I WANNA, I WANNA, I WANNA, I WANNA

I WANNA REALLY REALLY WANT

50 saddles pads, nice brand new saddles, and bridles, oh and also like 50 polo wraps. With that a nice barn with 50 horses HA.

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