There was this young lady who was determined to learn how to ride a horse. It was something she had wanted to do since she was a little tot. So she decided that was what she would do. She was going to ride a horse.
She drove for miles to find just the right horse. Seeing a beautiful palomino she parked her car. "This is the horse I'm going to ride," she said to herself. She approached the horse hesitantly. After all this was a big animal. But being determine she would ride, she put her foot in the stirrup and bounced herself up and was in the saddle. She grabbed the reins and held onto the saddle horn.
Once the horse began to move, Her knuckles turned white from grasping the saddle horn.
Suddenly, she felt herself shifting to one side and she panicked. She just knew the horse would throw her for sure now. One foot came out of the stirrup. She screamed for help. There's no way she could stay on the horse with just one foot in the stirrup, She yelled.
She was getting a lot of attention from passers by, but no one seem to be concerned. "Doesn't anyone care that I'm going to fall off this huge animal," She screeched. "Whoa! Whoa!" she yelled. But the horse kept right on going.
The manager of Wal-Mart hearing the frantic cries came running to the young lady's rescue. He quickly pulled the plug from the receptacle and the horse stopped.
The young lady jumped off the horse. "Oh, THANK YOU," she said. "That's Amazing, you stopped the horse and you didn't even have to say Whoa."
"Aw shucks Ma'am, that's OK," the manager replied, "I usually have to rescue at least one blonde a day from this horse."