Someone watched Star Wars too much
Not really wanting to make light of this tragic/odd/sociopathic event, but our go to coping mechanism is sarcasm.
You kind of have to wonder what’s wrong with a person that they think it’s ok to go rolling around in the dead carcass of the horse you just shot and killed. Oh sorry, did we just spoil the ending for you? Our bad. Go on and read the articles. The first one was sent to us and the other two Google dredged up for us. Go ahead, we’ll wait.
from The Huffington Post
from Koin Local 6
I (Dressage Empress) haven’t looked at any of the photos or videos that have been attached to the story. Call me weak or cowardly but I don’t want those images floating around in my head. I have enough crazy already, thank you very much.
In theory, we have no problem with humanely euthanizing an elderly horse in “declining health”. We’re not ones to prolong a horse’s suffering just because we’re having a hard time letting go. But what we do have a problem with, and believe us it’s a major problem, (if we were discussing this in person, there would be an abundance of arm flailing, spittle flying and f-bombing) is the desecration and disrespect of the animal’s remains. You want to use it for meat, you want to eat the heart of your dead horse so you can “feel one” with the animal, that’s your call and not the issue we’re here to address (side note: ick). What concerns us the most is the gutting of the animal so a naked 21 year old woman can climb inside and slosh around.
A DEAD HORSE IS NOT A FUCKING FORT YOU SICK BASTARDS!
I’m sorry but how fucked in the head do you have to be to want to crawl inside a dead animal. Even in Star Wars they didn’t want to – it was a survival tactic. AND THAT SHIT IS MADE-UP! This girl is inside the dead horse, her boyfriend snapping photos like he’s Ansel-fucking Adams and they then proceed to post the pictures on the internet!
YOU’RE SURPRISED YOU’RE RECEIVING DEATH THREATS!? REALLY?
If it was really, truly, merely a matter of this girl wanting to be ‘one with her horse’ then why the need for the photo shoot? If this act was committed with a ritualistic or spiritual motive – well we can’t think of any religions that require photographic evidence. There are two main purposes of photographs: 1 – Nostalgia: wanting to capture a moment so one day you can look back upon it; or 2 – Vanity; you want to share the photo with the world, you want everyone to see. What do you think motivated these two, seeing as they felt an overwhelming need to publish the photos on the internet? This whole thing makes us wonder if this isn’t the work of a budding sociopath (or -paths). Anyone with a psychology background care to weigh in?