A horse meanders by.
He walked into a bar and the bartender said, “Hey, why the long face?”
The horse didn’t say anything; what did you expect, it’s a horse. (Sorry not sorry about the fact that that’s about three sentences)
Frustration welled within the bartender at the horse holding his tongue.
What the bartender did not know was that the horse’s tongue was ripped out by his evil stepfather when he was a child…
It was then that Josiah appeared, having no idea what was going on in the story, and little time to read it.
Josiah WAS the evil stepfather!
Josiah was merely confused about how he turned into a horse.
Josiah had had mental issues his whole life, and had required special care from a caretaker, the horse’s mother as fate would have it, for Josiah had MPD, which would cause trouble for him, and many others, for a long time to come.
“But where is the horses mother now?” you may find yourself wondering.
However, does not matter currently; what matters is the horse bolted once it caught sight of Josiah.
The horse had unfortunately turned to quickly and ran straight into the wall right next to the door, falling swiftly to his butt…
(Unless that was a brick wall, I highly doubt your average dry wall could stop a 2000 lb animal.)
The horse noticed something strange about the wall.
At first glance it looked like a normal dry wall, but after further inspection the horse realized the wall was enchanted.
The horse whickered happily and began to open the Faerie gate.
It was then that Terence showed up.
The horse nickered at Terence’s arrival.
Terence was utterly mortified to have a horse nickering at him.
(DUDE A HORSE NICKERING AT YOU IS THE BEST THING IN THE WORLD!!!)
Listen to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4s3VIn2GVac
It was discovered that the horse’s name was also Terence.
This embarrassed the human Terence even more.
However, human Terence wasn’t fully human, as he was half faerie.
It was his left half specifically.
His mother was human, his father was king of the faeries.
To human Terence’s surprise, he understood horse Terence’s greeting; this explains human Terence’s initial distress.
For Terence was a Narnian horse.
Terence the horse that is.
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