A tiny horse from Vermont named Carol accidentally spilled an entire bottle of conditioner onto her fur over the weekend, according to sources close to the situation.
The horse, who friend’s say has worried about a thinning mane, began using Pantene Pro-V Full & Thick brand hair care products last month.
“You’re only supposed to use a dime sized drop of conditioner, though,” said one friend. “It’s really hard to open those bottles with hooves. She spilled the entire thing all over.”
The horse reportedly washed the conditioner out immediately, but to no avail. She’s gained about 25% in hair volume and continues to poof up as time passes.
“The only thing for her to do is wait,” said CNN chief hair analyst, Paul Wainwright. “She’s probably reached maximum volume at this point – maybe her coat will get a bit fluffier – and her hair will return to normal in about a day or so. On the plus side, it’s certainly the softest it has ever been.”
The FluffPo Sues ‘Horsington Post’ for Trademark Infringement
In a move that will undoubtedly send shock waves throughout the media world, this publication has filed a lawsuit against recently launched media outlet The Horsington Post for “clear and malicious trademark infringement.”
The rival publication, which claims to be “Your #1 Source for HORSES!!”, is an obvious attempt to cash in on the hard-won success of this very website.
“The name, the tagline – it’s clearly a knockoff of The Fluffington Post,” says Barry Gold, attorney for this publication’s parent company. “It’s a violation of intellectual property, and we have every confidence the court will see it that way.”
The case is set to be heard on November 14th. The Horsington Post would not return our calls for comment.
Horse: This Is Straw
By Scott Friedstein, FluffPo Correspondent
According to reports, a local horse is not all pleased that he was just given straw, as opposed to his normal meal of hay. As his spokesperson tells The Fluffington Post, Harvey can definitely tell the difference and does not appreciate you insulting his intelligence.
“Harvey has a very well-developed palate,” says Clint Hansbrough. “He also has an acute horse sense. If you feed him the wrong thing, he’s going to call you out on it – it’s that simple. Besides, everyone knows that hay is part of a healthy horse diet, while straw is normally used for bedding. I mean, really. This stuff isn’t rocket science.”