Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Popular Request

There have been several requests for a Horse Pucky Advice Column. There's no way I'm gonna pass up that opportunity. Click on the appropriate tab above for some not-so-kosher suggestions on how to live life to the fullest.

Under the picture of Horse Pucky, are tabs marked "Home", "Horse Pucky Tee Shirts" and "Horse Pucky Advice Column". You may click on any of those tabs to find the content that fits the title. Then click on "Home" to come back to the main Horse Pucky page.

For those of you who need more assistance, here's the bottom line; when you click on follwing tabs this is what you'll get:

"Home" = main Horse Pucky page.
"Horse Pucky Tee Shirts" = Order a T-shirt or just browse for the fun of it.
"Horse  Pucky Advice" = Cheap psychotherapy.

FYI: The Horse Pucky tee shirts are the latest rage in Rochester.

For recommendations that are full of horse pucky, be sure to click on the above "Horse Pucky Advice" tab.

Have a great day, y'all.

~The Horse Pucky Queen


Robert Crane said...

Hey, great idea but i want to comment on your advice. think of it as advice on the advice. what, with the likes of lightly, i'm sure there may be other solutions to people's questions that you haven't quite thought of. in other words, let us at 'em kiddo!

just sayin'

Pamela Beers. said...

Sounds like a great idea, Bobby. Have at em'!

lightly said...

yes, i agree with bob, let us be of assistance.

Pamela Beers. said...

The only glitch is this: TABS are static. Meaning they are only for one-time-only info which can be edited, but that's it. Meaning there is no "comment section" on the TABS, only the posts. I'm trying to get Blogger to change that. Meanwhile try to comment under one of the posts. I think it'll be fun.

itsmecissy said...

Oh nooooo, Horse Pucky has gone commercial (knock um dead Pam).

BTW, I like your new picture, that subtle gleam in your eye is a little scary (in a good way).


Pamela Beers. said...

Thanks itsme. I took an advanced level English course on Dante taught by Sister Margaret Mary. I absolutlely loved her. She always said, I had a devilish gleam in my eye. You caught it. The red sweater probably helps with the "naughty" persona.

Join in the fun with your own advice. XXOO