Hey, I am a 24 year old Aussie country girl, I'm 5'3 and I love a good chat depending on who you are and what your like. Life on the farm in southern NSW Australia isn't always easy, we are sitting on around 100,000 acres of land all up. Owning currently 27 horses all up, 13 are from the race track and being re-trained and will be sold once I have finished working with them and I think they are good to move onto a new home. I have 3 breakers at the moment (horses to be trained from scratch.) 8 horses that are used for farm work and competition, mostly Stock Horses and Thoroughbreds, and 3 very annoying ponies that walk through fences and patrol the farm.. This isn't where the animals on the farm stop, We own and run a Poll Hereford Stud, which means we have a lot of cattle on the property, looking at around 95 bulls on the farm currently, countless amounts of cows, calves, steers and stuff.. As well as that, we have a Prime Lamb Enterprise, were we run Merino sheep, all up we have a total of around 2,000 sheep, rams, ewes, lambs, wethers and yeah. Not to mention our 2 very aggressive ostriches, George and Tracy, don't ask me why we have them, I don't know the answer either... And at this moment in time, I have 24 working dogs, these are also sheep dog trial dogs. I am so privileged to have one of NSW best sheep dog triallers helping me train them, this man happens to be my grandfather and my best friend, if you sat at a table with us, you would notice the foot kicking under the table, burning each other with hot tea spoons, telling each other who's going to win the competition of getting the fattest (its a joke)... The name calling, punching and face pulling.. Theres never a dull moment with my grandpa. My gramps, dad and myself do all trial dogs, though as were both running the farm we havent quite had the time to go out for free time, travelling with mates and competing across the state and territory. Same goes with the horses and competing, I am fond of eventing however don't have the time to do so.On the farm, we do grow crops but for our personal use only, we have several lucerne paddocks irrigated by the beautiful Murrumbidgee river, we sow winter wheat and oats into paddocks in summer time so by the start of winter they will be ready to have stock graze on these paddocks. Horses are kept on the shit pasture we have in the paddock, called African love grass... A horrible type of grass to have growing. We have a turnip paddock! Surprise! ... No these turnips aren't for us, Cattle and Sheep love turnips, however we leave them to the sheep to eat as we had a cow that actually choked on a turnip and died, so yeah. With machinery, I seem to be handy in this department, I can maintain tractors, cars, mowers, change tyres, oil, bearings, replace clutches in cars and whatever.... I learnt how to most of this stuff from my amazing dad. And the fact that I was always hanging over the engine when I would ask my distant neighbor to help me out, he showed me the ropes. Hmm I guess I could add the part where I say I volunteer in my local NSW rural fire brigade. That's always good fun. Everybody should join up if you have the time as it is rewarding and fire fighting is always a fantastic skill to have, especially living in such large rural areas here in Australia. We all drive and love our vehicles, apart from those run down 50 year old tractors where the clutch is so hard you have to stand up and put your whole weight on it just to change a gear.. But anyways, hopefully we will get a new shiny one in the future. Being a horse lover, I love to have my little luxuries, such as my semi-trailed horse truck, fitted out with everything you could possibly want, costing close to $250,000!!.... Don't ask me how I afforded something of such an expense, is all I will say is that there is a lot of money in horses... As the truck is very over the top 99.99% of the time, I have a fancy 3 horse angle load float (trailer) to run around with.. Cost $25,000 and worth every cent.. And to match I have a Hilux Ute, but tempted to trade it in and for the 2014 plated Toyota Prado... Don't think there is much else to say about this... However, I am equally unlucky with cars as I am with having any luck with a love life.Yes, boys.. I am single, no, I will not text you or add you on Facebook, if I enjoy chatting with you so much, I do allow messages over KIK. But talk to me first. If I don't like you, it will be obvious quickly. Hmm, I can be extremely moody most days. A few of my friends know this very well, one in particular. On a good day you are lucky, specially those days where I am horny, those are interesting. I don't like role playing... I cyber to a point, after the point I get bored and bored is not good sign lol... I was going to say something really important here, I just can't seem to remember what it was now.. I am sure it will come to me one day.. Ohh I remember now.. Don't think I am weird if during our conversations I never talk about sex, I love the farm life so much there is a lot to talk about.. Change the subject if you want.Fly me over a friend request boys
What is a "slut"?If you mean a woman that has multiple partners, I would say that she just enjoys sex. If it was a guy, he'd be called a stud. Talk about double standards!The number of women that I've slept with is 8, but I'm gay. Well that is completely fair enough
Well I was just thinking and its always something interesting to read about. What do you fella's consider a girl, a slut after however many sexual partners shes had..? Would you Marry a girl if shes slept with 20-30 men?And how many women have you slept with? Lets be honest.Shoot
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