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.
Does anyone else ride a half halt with your seat when the driver isn’t braking and you would be? #equestrianproblems
— Katie (@KatieAmelia__) February 14, 2019
— Nicki Strong (@HSEquestrian) February 16, 2019
when u shower and change ur clothes but u still smell like the barn #equestrianproblems
— Emma Park (@emmasparkk) February 22, 2019
— Caitlin Blythe Brock (@CaitlinBlythe) February 27, 2019
I achieved a new high (Or low, if you're my lab mates) today:
I went to the lab wearing my barn clothes. #equestrianproblems
— Emlyn Clark (@ebclar01) February 28, 2019
— Abby A. (@ahoward302) February 28, 2019
"Am I having chest pains, or did I pull something when my a-hole of a horse tried to rip the longe line out of my hand this morning and I went dirt skiing around the arena"#EquestrianProblems
— Rachael (@propspony) February 28, 2019
— Nicki Strong (@HSEquestrian) March 2, 2019
Hey when I can't find my plain metal hoof pick later this year, it's in the pocket of my snoveralls.#equestrianproblems
— Cordy Brannan (@NightshadeArabs) March 4, 2019
Using the time change to get my horse to eat breakfast an hour late… aka let me sleep in. #equestrianproblems
— Horses & Heels (@HorsesandHeels_) March 11, 2019
Oh yes, we’ve all been there. Got a funny tweet to share? Follow us at @horse_nation!