Chizzy and Bryan - Ever Wanted a Pony When You Were Little?

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Ever Wanted a Pony When You Were Little?


March 31, 2007 05:44 PM

I didnít.





Comments (11)
J, March 31, 2007 08:19 PM:

Oh no you di'nt! Shelbs - look away now! The second shot actually looks pretty tasty.

Bryan, March 31, 2007 09:44 PM:

It was tasty!

Chizzy, April 1, 2007 02:09 AM:

I was horrified, and Bryan forced me to try a piece. It wasn't too bad and it smelled great, but I couldn't get Seabiscuit out of my head.

Shelby, April 1, 2007 03:46 AM:

I think I may be sick.

R., April 2, 2007 11:26 PM:

You ate horse?
Why? Now you can't ever say that you haven't eaten pony.

Ron, April 3, 2007 05:03 PM:

Wow, did it taste like chicken?

Bryan, April 3, 2007 07:10 PM:

No, it was definitely a red meat flavor. A bit sweet. Kind of like dog. Kidding.

Reid, April 7, 2007 02:38 AM:

Haha, Heather wanted a Pony when she was younger. Actually I think she still wants one. She opened your site at work to show a few pics of the trip to a coworker, who is a vegetarian, and I think she got sick.

Tobin, April 14, 2007 10:35 PM:

This is one way to keep all the surfing comment trawlers off the website. A person would have to be a very dedicated Chizzy and Bryan reader to keep reading after this post!

So did you buy this at a restaurant? Or is this somehting you made at home? Even more funny if you made a concerted effort to eat a pony.

Wheelson, April 19, 2007 08:14 AM:

While in France I saw a shop with an oval sign hanging outside whose logo was a horse almost exactly like on the package pictured. From the side I expected it to be a Tack Shop. As I got to the front I was for a moment confused as it looked just like a butcher shop. Then I put the whole equation together: France + horse + butcher shop = boucheries chevalines. The American in me thought how wrong it was but the adventurous side totally wanted to try it.


Vilson, July 15, 2007 12:10 AM:

Yo this reminds me of an "accident" I made in Zurich... but dog-goooonnne-it if pony salami doesn't taste "more like the real thing"!