This Horse Hates Working So Much, He Plays Dᴇᴀᴅ When People Try To Ride Him

This Horse Hates Working So Much, He Plays Dᴇᴀᴅ When People Try To Ride Him

To paraphrase Aristotle, we as human beings can achieve happiness by perfecting our natures. That means embracing and refining who we really are inside. And it sounds like great advice for every living thing, not just people. However, one silly horse is too busy horsing around and probably forgot to go to its Philosophy 101 classes. If you thought that humans are the only ʟᴀᴢʏ creatures who make up the most creative reasons in order to avoid ʜᴀʀᴅ work, you couldn’t be more wrong, because there’s a horse in Mexico who literally plays Dᴇᴀᴅ whenever someone tries to ride him.

 We can all be quite ʟᴀᴢʏ at times. While chores are waiting just for us to get them done. But learning how to get rid of ʟᴀᴢɪɴᴇss isn’t an easy thing to do, especially when you are a silly horse who rather eating carrots and lie down on the comfy ground instead of doing what he is asked for. A dramatic horse named Jingang has greater ambitions than being a mere sᴛᴇᴇᴅ. It doesn’t seem to appreciate being ridden by others as a horse should. Jingang was just fed up with carrying people on his back all day long and came up with a brilliant way to avoid work. When he plays Dᴇᴀᴅ, Jingang tries to be as dramatic as possible, sticking his tongue out of his mouth and stretching his legs to the air. It’s funny. Sometimes he falls to the ground even before a human even attempts to ride him, and the sight of the whole situation is just hilarious. Look how dramatic he is… He even sticks his tongue out of his mouth.

Not all horses enjoy ʜᴀʀᴅ work…

It shows us that animals can be ʟᴀᴢʏ as much as humans are.

The adorable horse who just wants to eat some carrots instead of working ʜᴀʀᴅ.

Hes awesome… Good boy! This is literally me, pretending to be asleep when my mom shouts from downstairs to wash the dishes,” wrote one person. “Unbelievable — horse even has tongue hanging out and eyes rolled up!” laughed another. “That horse reflects my entire life,”

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