Saturday, June 6, 2009
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Suggested Names for Racehorses Expected to Have Undistinguished Careers

Ω Average at Best
Ω Ayn Rand’s Condescending Sigh
Ω Buyer’s Remorse
Ω Choke On Your Damned Caviar Then You Pompous Prick
Ω Cloud of Suspicion
Ω Colic the Wonder Horse
Ω Daddy Drinks Because I’m Slow
Ω Exit Strategy
Ω Faster Than God and Seabiscuit Put Together
Ω Fond of Long Naps
Ω For the Love of God Run Faster
Ω Glued Lightening
Ω Hell Is Other Horses
Ω Hitler Reborn
Ω I Have No Son
Ω Limp to Victory
Ω Low Expectations
Ω Luck o’ the Amish
Ω My Big Fat Fucking Pony
Ω Pride of Two Guys With No Business Owning a Horse
Ω Shoulda Bought a Monkey
Ω Slim to None
Ω Some Budding Young Actress’s Fit of Pique
Ω Squeak of Defiance
Ω Stupid Gypsy Curse
Ω This Is Your Horse On Drugs
Ω Torpor Unbound
Ω Tripsy McStumble
Ω Undisguised Contempt For All Things French
Ω War Criminal

Three-legged Man O' War

I Can Haz Triple Crown?

More Names for Racehorses Expected to Have Undistinguished Careers

Ω Not This One
Ω Performance Anxiety
Ω Clockwise! Clockwise!
Ω Sp-Ed Racer
Ω Fearmakehorserunfaster
Ω Perfectly Edible
Ω Courtney Love’s Air-Tight Alibi
Ω Shame Spiral
Ω Clap Harder Much Harder
Ω Free To Good Home
Ω The Horse You Rode In On
Ω Sir Limps-A-Lot
Ω Daddy Needs A New Trachea
Ω Proceeds Of Crime
Ω Widowmaker
Ω Orphanmaker
Ω Hell-Bent For Pleather
Ω You Bought A What?
Ω Spirit Of Ignominy
Ω New Horse Smell
Ω This Is Not Happening
Ω Win One For Judas
Ω Suicide Watch
Ω Oh Please Oh Please Oh Please
Ω Rhymes With Abortion
Ω The Horse With No Name Or Depth Perception
Ω Princess Bloodfart
Ω I Can Haz Triple Crown?
Ω Ass-End of Karma
Ω Suckretariat

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