Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Texts to Rafalca

About a month ago, I started tweeting at Rafalca, Ann Romney's personal torture horse, who Ann took to England to riverdance in humiliating circles after years of ruining her youth. I even kind of hoped to get a little trending hashtag going for a while, maybe to push Rafalca to break the silence and the cycle of abuse. She never replied.

Needless to say, it got discouraging after a while, speaking into the darkness when that special animal shone so brightly on the TV and the international stage. I became frustrated and had a bit of a tantrum. I tweeted these a while back, and someone reminded me of them. (I would have posted these on Tumblr, since that's where brief stuff like this belongs. But for some reason my Tumblr — or maybe all of Tumblr — refuses to render embedded tweets.) Maybe they'll keep someone else from making the same mistakes that I did.

But you probably don't care about that, so here they are:










5 comments:

  1. Dear Mobute I <3 you even if Rafalca doesn't, its so sad she doesn't answer you she stuck up.

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  2. Girl acting like her shit smells so sweet.

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  3. That's so cruel, to pick on a horse! She didn't have any choice in what soulless Mormoon automatons bought her. I bet you'd Tweet jokes where cats come out ahead of dogs to Seamus if you could. If he was still alive, I mean.

    Hey, does anyone do something similar with snark hastags aimed at Rombot clone-sons Tad and Thad and Todd and Toad, or whatever their names are?

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  4. Rafalca,
    "I want to be in you, I want to BE you, Make us one person, ONE PERSON ONE PERSON"
    - that kid from Equus.

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  5. This reminds me that it's not so bad. It's not so bad.

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