Because brevity will always be 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.
— Kendra Gale (@Kendra_Gale) August 24, 2017
— Tara (@taramariescott) August 25, 2017
Well. My brand new jeans made it two weeks before they went to the barn #equestrianproblems ????????
— Michelle Severa (@little_severa) August 28, 2017
— Susan Gawley (@SusanGawley) August 28, 2017
— Andie Whisler (@AndreaAnn1) August 29, 2017
It's like my horse knew I got paid today and decided to need a vet #equestrianproblems
— Caitlin Blythe Brock (@CaitlinBlythe) August 30, 2017
— E2 (@scullyinscrubs) September 2, 2017
That moment you realize the funky smell you detected is… you… #equestrianproblems
— athompson (@wholovesike) September 7, 2017
— jess crandon (@jessssicarr) September 9, 2017
— down banks(y) (@equusvolante) September 11, 2017
— Leslie (@LeslieInLex) September 12, 2017
Job Interview Q: Special skills? Equestrian A: shovelling poop, making a 1200 lb animal pick up his feet, jumping sticks #equestrianproblems
— Bit of Bling Eq (@Bitofblingeq) September 13, 2017
— Laura Barber (@lac_88) September 13, 2017
Coach, about my mare:
"She loves to work, but doesn't like being told what to do."
— Kelsy Ervin (@kelsysj) September 14, 2017
Ordered a new lunge whip online. Postwoman gave me a very strange look this morning #equestrianproblems
— Victoria Spicer (@VickySpicer) September 18, 2017
Oh yes, we’ve all been there. Got a funny tweet to share? Follow us at @horse_nation!