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August 17, 2018


Southwest Airlines to allow miniature horses as service animals in new policy

(Thanks to Clayton Carroll and funny man)


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Exactly how minature the horses are? Would they fit into the overhead compartment?

Will they have to pony up for an extra ticket?

This fits, there is a lot of horsing around on airplanes these days. Maybe on long flights, instead of showing a movie they could hold a rodeo.

Do I have to buy My Little Comfort Pony its own seat, like that musician did with her cello?

So could someone dressed as a small Brony be a discomfort animal?


So glad we're flying JetBlue to Florida and New Orleans later this year.

So size really does matter!?!

This is the real reason that Southwest Airlines has stopped serving peanuts, switched to serving oats.

In an emergency, can you ride the service animal back to the terminal?

What happens if your service animal has--well--diarrhea?

Does he get to ride in the cabin, or the laboratory? Most airplanes labortories are so narrow only a squirrel can--aha! So that's their plan!

Just say Neigh!

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