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Difference between bridal and bridle

posted 9/17/2011 8:32:45 PM |
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  sugarnspice005

And I don't even have to google it either.

Bridal ----- referring to something for a bride, a woman who is getting married. ex: bridal gown.

Bridle ----- used on a horse. Has a metal piece called a "bit" that goes into the horses mouth, used to help "steer" the horse.

So, yeah, there are some here who know the difference.

Aren't homonyms fun?


*now off to google to see how close I came in my definitions. *

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manwithoutahorse

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Sep 17 @ 8:50PM  
Pretty close, sugar...lol...worth a cookie.
RevDocLove

Sep 17 @ 9:22PM  
I've seen some fillies that needed a bridle before mounting
StraddleMyNose

Sep 17 @ 10:37PM  
Me being bored like some of you, I too decided to post a useless blog tonight.

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