I don't know about horses and eyeliner but printers tremble at my approach. They know if they get uppity I just might take them apart.
YIKES! Just the opposite for me. Printers see me coming and get a sly, delighted smile. They pull all kinds of shit on me.
I just replaced my printer at home. Except for printing a little crooked it still worked. That might have been fixable if I could find parts but after about 20 years it was pretty slow anyway.
HOLY SHIT!!!! Twenty years!!! I seem to have to buy a new one every three years, like clockwork. I was SURE it was somehow programmed into them to quit after 3 years.
Not being a Gyno-American, I did not get the last two. Back in about 1976,I invited a lovely young lady to accompany me to a stable in Riverside Ca.She had the hots for horses and I had the hots for her. Since I had neverbeen on a horse in my life, I was scared shitless!The horse knew he had an idiot on his back. All he wanted to do wasgo back to the stable. Margie the little vixen would ride up behind me at a trot and slap him on the ass! The only thing I remember besides Marge Williams breaking my heart isfact that the hairs on my legs were so thoroughly knotted, I had to shave them!
HAHAHAHA! Yes, when you are a novice in the saddle, the movement can cause unwanted pain and suffering. Poor dear! And yes, too, horses can instantly tell if you have "authority" or not. Remember, they are carrying you and can feel every shift, every sway, every movement. They know. And they very often take advantage. Trust me on the liquid eyeliner one.
Liquid eyeliner sounds like a torture device. Then again, purty much all the stuff you ladies have seem like torture devices. Especially that eyelash curler thingy.I bet you can get the jihadists to talk with a makeup or manicure kit.
Beauty knows no pain.And you can take that to the bank.