HOW TO TELL IF YOU'RE
SHARING A TABLE WITH CEFOMAC AT NAN
A Top Ten list by Jackie Arns and Leslie Phelps.
10. They're all
9. They find
it awkward to lick the table.
8. You suffer
hearing loss from the squeals.
7. They have
their own "Fight!" song.
6. They need
more space for their performance props than for their clothing.
5. You're not
sure which horses belong to which person and neither are they.
4. They are still
making tack/props/etc. minutes before the class they need them.
3. They joke
about tossing their Sepses (at least you hope they're joking.)
2. At least one
set up incorporates food and/or veterinary medicine.
1. They show
parts of models rather than an entire horse.