High horse

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If someone rides in on a "high horse", they have to get off before they can come in! This is a "no shoes" policy.

In our house, we have a no shoes policy. Horses have shoes that don't come off, so they would not be allowed in. Likewise, a person with an attitude of superiority, would not be welcome until they drop the attitude and take off their shoes. --Carol Wagner 10:00, 13 Mar 2005 (PST)

Also, we have a small and humble doorway. A rider and horse simply cannot fit through such a door together! You can come in, or the attitude you rode in on can, but not both. --Jan Steinman 16:33, 16 Mar 2005 (PST)

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