Actually, she could have stopped five words in.
her withers have withered.
I'm surprised at you, Chez. I mean, don't you know that in assessing a good piece of horseflesh, you need to check the teeth and the teats?
Has *fap* stopped meaning what I thought it meant? Or are we dealing with a serious hippophile?
@Che: Don't you mean equinophile?
We've already seen her feckless; how much worse could topless really be?
Hilarious.But I have to admit, as she appeared in "Striking Distance" well, I'd hit it like the fist of an angry god.But that was a long time ago.
She's right, we don't. But we did. Back in the day, we did, and she wouldn't, and now we don't, even if she would. It's a petard. Climb aboard.
Che is right, it should be hippophile. Hippo's the Greek, equine the Latin for horse.
Hippos is Greek for horse; Equus is Latin for horse. Not sure why a horse-lover is a hippophile instead of an equinophile [sic], but I don't set the rules.
Where did this quote come from?
She was also mighty cute in LA Story!
hey J not me, not even in the square pegs days..
Straight from the horse's mouth, Alanna.
If you're wondering, the hippopotamus was named "river horse", so the Greek hippo for horse came first.
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Philihippos, and its derivative, Philip, mean horse-lover. Learned that from reading Philip K. Dick's Wikipedia page. As for SJP's withered dugs, I wouldn't ask to see them, but I can't deny that if they were exposed and in my line of sight, I would probably take a gander at them.
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