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Quarantine With The Vampire 6/11

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Downtown Hatchetbury.

Red: Uh-oh.

Excuse me! I need to retrieve a package. I can show you my ID . . .

Post officer: Ughhh. I’m not on the clock, so:

Watch the news, you moron! We’re closed for a reason! Go home and wash your hands!

Red: I’m following orders, and I belong to the castle!

Post officer: You — Can you prove it?

Red: Here’s the mount I rode in on.

Post officer: . . . Okay. Okay, wait there, don’t move. I got’chu.

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All too much pun, considering how “you and the horse you rode in on” is typically used in a sentence.

I am not familiar with this phrase. How is it commonly used?

Generally in a “go away” way – “yeah, (screw) you and the horse you rode in on” sort of context – the parenthesis part being implied.

And note that it’s related to the implication that people who ride on horses – rich and nobles – are arrogant and thinks they are better than others.

Which is unlikely to be case of this servant.

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