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From: Nicki [email concealed]
Sent: Tuesday, 28 June 2011 3:22 PM
Subject: The original wild horse?

Hello Wild Horse,

I was just getting in contact, as I am at “work” and whilst reading online cartoons I found something in the archive of Three Word Phrase that deeply disturbed me. It appears that you are not in fact the original wild horse, and that the genuine wild horse is “hella wild”, a state of wildness not achieved by many. I’m not one to question the internet or its wellspring of fact distilled from truthjuice, but I now begin to wonder if I do know a wilder horse. A hella wild horse.

Hope you can clear up the confusion,


From: Wild Horse []
Sent: Thursday, 30 June 2011 6:22 PM
To: Nikki [email concealed]
Subject: The original wild horse?Hello Nicki,

Hello Nicki,

This is shocking news indeed! However, I think you have been misled by the loose use of the word “wild” in the aforementioned comic strip, and even looser use of the term ‘hella”. I have seen 12-year-old hood rats in shopping malls with more restraint in their adjective selections! Let me point out that this so called “hella wild” horse firstly appears not to have the ability to talk, and secondly is letting a man ride him like… well, a horse! Outrageous!! I would never let anyone ride me. I leave that to the pathetic mild horses, which is exactly what the “hella wild” horse is! The only talent this horse seems to possess is the ability to jump around unpredictably, a trait more commonly associated with schizophrenia than wildness. True wildness comes from hatching wild plans, committing wild crimes, and partying hard. Wildness does not come from moving ones limbs erratically.

Having said that, I would like to thank you for your email. It has given me something to think about during my next mid-day hammock nap.

Yours sincerely,

Wild Horse


From: Daniel [email concealed]
Sent: Monday, 28 November 2011 5:41 PM
Subject: Submission
Dear Wild Horse,
You may or may not remember me. My name is Daniel – I also go by the nickname, “Deja Voodoo” – and I submitted my own Wild Horse comic recently and was incredibly pleased to find it published on the website. And, without exaggeration, this moment changed my life.
It appeared that I was recognised, or”spotted” as it is known in “the business”, whilst being in public. And people were throwing themselves at me.
But in order to be sure this wasn’t simply because of some freak convergence of the sun, moon and the second coming of Gozer, I have conducted some scientific research and have discovered that, due to the publication of my comic on your website, I have become 23.6% more attractive to the opposite sex. And, in what I can only presume is a statistical anomaly, I am 32.7% more attractive to the same sex.
Either way, the only valid inference to be drawn is that Wild Horse is the comic equivalent of a smoothie comprising oysters, chocolate, viagra, rohypnol, flowers, tasteful lingerie and a little bit of tobasco sauce for added spice. (Incidentally, the research is to be published shortly in one of the most widely acclaimed journals of reasoned, scientific thinking, available at all good supermarkets and newsagents, That’s Life!).
Anyway, here is another submission I hope will be published. If you do, the only inference available based upon my earlier quoted research is that it will increase my chances of becoming attractive to a wealthy cougar (or, maybe a wealthier sugar daddy) who can afford to pay for a further inscription on my tombstone, such that it will read: “He could pick up at a Smith’s concert. Because when he wasn’t being an arsehole he was a really nice guy.”
Yours Faithfully,
From: Wild Horse []
Sent: Monday, 28 November 2011 8:32 PM
To: Daniel [email concealed]
Subject: RE: Submission

Daniel! Good to see you haven’t had to use your tombstone yet! That will give you a great chance to “pimp” it a bit more before you die. Trust me, if your tombstone doesn’t have LED’s on it, you might as well be still alive. I enjoyed reading your scientific breakdown of the “Wild Horse effect”. I will enclose your findings with your comic. Hopefully That’s Life! doesn’t beat me to the punch like they did with that article about how Jennifer Anniston has lost “it”.

Stay out of trouble, and don’t drink the gutter milk.

Wild Horse