Definitely a relationship between a horse girl and a non-horse boy is very complex. Sometimes the boy can feel displaced by horses … And sometimes it is true: P
That is why we have a friend named Marcella Gruchalak who wrote a very special letter. It is a letter for the non-horse boys, so that they understand how to conquer and how to retain a horse girl. The reality is that horses and boys do not have to compete, because if there is true love they will know how to live together. It is a letter that in game tone but that tells many truths for which the boy must be prepared …
Some tips for you, boy of no horse, so that you can conquer the love of your life, a horse girl. A letter to laugh and reflect. We hope you enjoy it.
A Letter to the Non-Horse Guy Trying to Date a Horse Girl
Non-horse gentlemen, the following information may come as a shock to you, but here’s what you really need to know about dating a horse girl.
Being a horse-crazed female is not a hobby and riding is not just some activity we participate in on the weekends. Riding horses is a lifestyle and consumes every second of our already busy lives. We spend each day doing barn chores such as feeding, watering and throwing hay. Our horses are usually the first thing we think about when we wake up and the last thing we think about before we go to bed.
What this boils down to is that we have minimal time for anything or anyone else. As cowgirls, we’re content with spending our Friday nights at the barn and our weekends away at horse shows. We try our hardest to find a mate that also has interest in horses, but let’s be real — most cowboys aren’t the type we want to wrangle in and take home to mama. And if a cowboy is the type you take home to mama, chances are he’s already married. This leaves us cowgirls in the predicament of remaining single or dating a non-horse fella.
Non-horse gentlemen, the struggle is real. It’s easier for us to remain single, so if you are sought out by a cowgirl, consider yourself something special. Our lifestyle is an incredibly difficult one to get accustomed to and we know how much y’all like to resist the change. It’s amazing how reluctant some men are to jump boots deep into our way of life. Fellas, I’m going to be frank, if you’re pursued by a cowgirl, you’re going to get roped into the lifestyle in one aspect — or all of it.
You may think you have a choice, but I am here to tell you, you do not.
Love change us… And will change you thought this letter
You can tell us a million and one times, “I’m not doing anything horse related,” but we know that you’re lying. The moment that phrase, or one like it, comes out of your mouth, we’re laughing at you on the inside. You may not know you’re lying, but inside our pretty little heads, our wheels are turning on how we can change your mind.
Go ahead and tell us that you’re not cleaning stalls, throwing hay, feeding, riding horses or anything in between, but know that you can’t hold out on us forever. As cowgirls, we’re tough, determined and maybe a hair crazy. So we may let you win at first, but ultimately we’ll get exactly what we want.
We’ll start you gentlemen off with REALLY easy tasks such as just coming to the barn for an evening. We don’t want to scare you away and we’ll have you thinking there’s no harm in the task. You don’t have to do anything horse related, you just have to show up. Sounds fair. The truth is, we’re easing you into your new lifestyle and this is an easy way to get you hooked.
Just show up to the barn and talk to us while we’re doing all the work. We want to hang out with you, but to be honest, date night for the first few dates is about to be hanging out in the barn while you watch us clean stalls and ride our horses. Trust me when I say you’ll earn bonus points if you bring us food from the closest fast food restaurant.
More advices in the letter
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Work originally published in: https://www.horsenation.com/2019/11/14/a-letter-to-the-non-horse-guy-trying-to-date-a-horse-girl/