One Word Sunday: Whatchamacallit

Debbie’s fun theme this Sunday, ‘Whatchamacallit’, brought to mind something I saw when strolling around the medina of Fez in Morocco. The only form of transport allowed in the busy market are donkeys and mules, so to keep the ground clean and hazard-free for us humans, the animals are required to wear a ‘Whatchamacallit’ on their hindquarters. Can you think of a better name for it?

Wishing you all a happy Sunday wherever you may be.

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48 comments on “One Word Sunday: Whatchamacallit

  1. Haha! BTW: You can order your very own Catch It! Manure Bag:

    The Catch It! Manure Bag is designed for saddle horse enthusiasts who want to keep the road clean. Made from tough, easy to clean 18 oz. vinyl this manure catcher bag will catch your horses manure before it hits the road. Sometimes called a horse diaper, or horse poop bag, this bag is perfect for riding in parades, on the beach or any time that you need to clean up after your horse. This easy to use manure catcher is versatile enough to attach to any saddle. Just snap onto the rings of your back cinch or use the loop and ring straps and you will be riding clean in minutes. All straps are included. Standard Horse size fits 14 hand to 16 hand horses Draft size fits larger horses.

    https://www.workinghorsetack.com/Catch-It-Manure-Bag-Horse-Diaper-p/bb2cb.htm

    • Haha……if I had a horse, I’d buy one. Reminds me of my great-uncle in England. He used to watch for the rag-and -bone man’s horse and cart passing down their street and go out with a shovel to collect the β€˜manure’ for his garden. 🀣

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