Because brevity is the soul of wit.
I realize that a common complaint with Twitter is that people “just don’t get it” but you don’t need to have a Twitter account to appreciate these tweets: the forced brevity that comes with only having 140 characters to express yourself is funny no matter if you know how Twitter works or are totally mystified trying to figure out why it even exists. This is why it exists: so we can express our #equestrianproblems.
— the blonde fox. (@envirosly) June 17, 2017
My trainer told me to use my head more. So I am, I’m placing the saddle flap on my head as I do up the girth #equestrianproblems
— UniversityCatchRider (@UniversityEq) June 18, 2017
Innocuous words that become ominous when uttered by your vet: “weird” “interesting” and “I have to make a phone call.” #equestrianproblems
— KJ (@eventer007) June 20, 2017
Falls off horse.
Witness: are you ok?!
Me: ya I’m good!
Narrator: she was not good.#equestrianproblems
— Tara (@taramariescott) June 21, 2017
— Grazers (@GrazersApp) June 24, 2017
— Amy wallace (@overtheoxxer) July 1, 2017
Can’t decide if I drop my crop or my phone more often, but neither are great things to do that with… #equestrianproblems
— maddie ♞ (@horsetweetsss) July 3, 2017
— athompson (@wholovesike) July 4, 2017
So, yesterday I lost my phone… and then found it 9hrs later in a bail of hay ????????♀️ #equestrianproblems
— Claudia Lorena (@Claudia_WMS) July 15, 2017
— Isabella✨ (@adumbledoreable) July 20, 2017
Oh yes, we’ve all been there. Got a funny tweet to share? Follow us at @horse_nation!