You Know What They Say

16 - September - 2007 -- Dirty Horse, by reway2007 @ Flickr

16 - September - 2007 -- Dirty Horse, by reway2007 @ Flickr

“Always make ’em walk around a dirty horse.”

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That image is titled 16 – September – 2007 — Dirty Horse, by reway2007, and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 license.

3 Responses to “You Know What They Say”

  1. Lou FCD Says:

    Not yet, but they will be.

    There is a very funny story about this.

    My brother calls me up the other morning and tells me about this dream he had. In it, he was riding in the front of a SEPTA subway train with his buddy, the driver. At some point, they stop the train and park it. My brother (also named Kevin, btw) hangs his head out the side of the train and sees that his buddy has parked the train across the yellow line (like on a highway, dividing the lanes of traffic) and tells his buddy.

    The buddy gets out of the train and walks around the front and sees that yes, he has parked on the line. At that point, he looks up at my brother and says, “Well, you know what they say, ‘Always make ’em walk around a dirty horse’,” and walks away.

    Apparently, it made perfect sense in the dream, but he woke up laughing hysterically about it, and had to call me and tell me about it.

    He made it his MySpace tagline, and suddenly all his friends start calling and asking, “Dude! WTF does that mean????”, like it’s some deep, philosophical truism or something.

    I told him I was going to make it the next internet meme.

  2. Kevin at GodsDandruff.com Says:

    Well if his name is Kevin he must be brilliant.


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