Do you ever wish you could just whap some people upside the head with an equestrian magazine? Well, no worries–these verbal comebacks will keep your ‘zines looking pristine.
For those awkward situations when someone terribly uninformed stomps on your life’s passion. You’re welcome.
“Ha, that’s a good one.”
Then limp off, favoring your gimpy hip from your fall last weekend.
“Yeah, it’s just like skiing–the mountain does all the work.”
“It’s like driving a car–there’s a big difference between just sitting there and actually riding.”
“You lift weights, I lift five-gallon water buckets.”
Just the Facts
“It’s in the Olympics for a reason!”
“I burn around 400 calories every hour I ride–and that’s not counting getting my horse ready.”
“Last time I checked, a football didn’t have a mind of its own or weigh over a thousand pounds.”
Rhetorical Questions to End All Doubt
“Ever tried to move 1500 pounds with your legs?”
“Can you talk to your teammates without saying a word?”
“All right–come ride my horse, and see if you can walk the next day.”
What’s your best comeback?