Nearly 40 years after the first episode of Only Fools and Horses aired, it remains one of the most re-watched programs on earth and would be many people's choice for greatest comedy of all time. To see how well you all know the timeless classic that is Only Fools, we've put together this little quiz.
A true white horse has pink skin, and its coat doesn't darken as it ages. A halter doesn't have a bit or reins, and it's usually just used to attach a lead rope.
Forelock Correct Nearly 40 years after the first episode of Only Fools and Horses aired, it remains one of the most re-watched programs on earth and would be many people's choice for greatest comedy of all time.
To see how well you all know the timeless classic that is Only Fools, we've put together this little quiz. The brand-new football show from Joe Cole and Tom Davis.
Our animal quizzes asks questions on dogs, horses, birds, tigers, lions, elephants and even caterpillars. Navigation is easy with all the animal quizzes just one click away with return buttons back to the main quiz menus.
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3) Given a dictionary, with all possible anagrams of a word, how would you test it out and what is the data structure that you will use to construct it with design of the same? Owning and caring for a horse or pony is great fun and immensely rewarding.
It's up to you how you look after them but if you take a look around at our expert advice we can help you ensure your horse or pony leads a long, healthy, happy life. Making animals and other things out of aluminum baking foil is a wonderful basis for artistic expression, relaxation, team exercises, activities for young people, and simple entertainment.
Start with a rectangular sheet of aluminum baking foil. A sheet from a small role will make a horse about 3-4 inches high.
A larger sheet from a wide roll of Turkey foil will make a horse about 4-5 inches high. Tear or cut the foil where indicated by the red lines on the picture.
Take care to avoid the foil tearing too far to the center with the result that a leg is lost. Work on each section folding it along its length to create a rolled effect rather than a crushed or flattened feel.
You can keep compressing it gently wherever required in order to create an acceptable shape for each part of the horse (or whatever else you are modelling). Some would say it's still rubbish, but I reckon it's not a bad horse, from a single sheet of baking foil and about five minutes folding, pressing and bending here and there.
Send me your pics of foil horses and other animals (and anything else for that matter) and I will gladly display them on this page. Unlike the horse, you should prepare one end with longer sections for the head/neck and front legs.
As with the horse take care not to cut too far as this will increase the likelihood of losing a leg. Gently fold each part in on itself longways to create rough tubular sections.
At this stage you should begin to establish the proportions of the head and neck. While the foil is still relatively loose, tear two small flaps at the top of the head to form the horns.