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2 definitions by Willard A. Price III

 
1.
A sewer-dwelling horse who is watching you, RIGHT NOW.

TRUST ME.

Some of you might be doubtful. "A horse? In my sewers?" Well, it's more common than you think.

How common?

Have you ever seen the movie "Aliens"? City sewers are like that, but with horses instead of aliens!

Also, remember that horses have eyes on the sides of their head, so they can stare at you without pointing their faces in your direction. DON'T BE FOOLED.

Recent scholarship has determined that sewer horse must have water- and sewage-resistant oat bags. In Willard A. Paul's seminal 1914 book on the sewer horse, it was recorded that "horses, like men, fear the unknown - a long, cold night - Bess is poisoned - my master goes to jail."

And that remains as true today as it was when Willard A. Price got really high and wrote it down.
"Sewer horse watches
I would like to masturbate
But he never blinks."
by Willard A. Price III June 13, 2008
 
2.
A sewer-dwelling horse who is watching you, RIGHT NOW.

TRUST ME.

Some of you might be doubtful. "A horse? In my sewers?" Well, it's more likely than you think.

How likely?

Have you ever seen the movie "Aliens"? City sewers are like that, but with horses instead of aliens!

Also, remember that horses have eyes on the sides of their heads, so they can stare at you without pointing their faces in your direction. DON'T BE FOOLED.

Recent scholarship has determined that sewer horse must have water- and sewage-resistant oat bags. In Willard A. Paul's seminal 1914 book on the sewer horse, it was recorded that "horses, like men, fear the unknown - a long, cold night - Bess is poisoned - my master goes to jail."

And that remains as true today as it was when Willard A. Price got really high and wrote it down.
Sewer horse watches

I would like to masturbate

But he never blinks
by Willard A. Price III June 13, 2008