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 280 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.
— Shannon (@equinehearts) May 21, 2018
— Kelsy Ervin (@kelsysj) May 25, 2018
— CharLaLa_ (@Unicorn_Life92) May 29, 2018
Why do I always have facial expressions like a pyscho in jumping pictures? #equestrianproblems
— Guys Who Like Horses (@GuysLikeHorses) May 31, 2018
— Sam Parrish (@sampwrites) May 31, 2018
Throw back to the time someone asked me where I grew up and I answered “the barn” #equestrianproblems
— Tara (@taramariescott) June 2, 2018
“You must really like horses”
What gave it away? The cowboy boots? The toy horse I was buying? The horse snot on my shirt? The hay in my hair? The lack of a social life no thanks to a schedule that revolves around my high-maintenance horse? Gotta be specific.
— Pam Vigo (@vigoandjones) June 3, 2018
You know you’re an equestrian when the first thing you do when you land is call your chiropractor so he can fix you so you can start riding immediately ? #equestrianproblems
— Danielle (@DaniellePC3) June 4, 2018
— Samm (@GreenEggsNSamm) June 6, 2018
— Alana (@Equine1996) June 9, 2018
— Kylie Standish (@Equestrianstrng) June 15, 2018
Oh yes, we’ve all been there. Got a funny tweet to share? Follow us at @horse_nation!