Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

We're Totally In Love With This Unusual Horse Named Tango.

A story about a horse who was too dumb to understand barns went viral on Twitter, and now people are tuning in to see his owner's updates. It all started when a user named @mckellogs made a post on Twitter about a pending snowstorm that was about to hit North Carolina. She was completely dumbfounded to see her loving horse, Tango, lying in the grass or hiding under a tree instead of staying inside the barn where it's warm. She jokingly said that poor Tango would end up freezing and turning into a horse-cicle if he didn't understand how barns worked. Now everyone's hooked and waiting to hear more about poor clueless Tango. This is pure Twitter gold!

Earlier this month, user @mckellogs informed followers that her lazy horse, Tango doesn't seem to understand how barns work!

Earlier this month, user @mckellogs informed followers that her lazy horse, Tango doesn't seem to understand how barns work!

A snowstorm was heading toward's her family's barn, but instead of focusing on keeping the property safe, @mckellogs' dad had to build a gate to trap Tango inside the barn.

If they didn't go to such extreme lengths, poor Tango could've frozen to death outside. Apparently, the horse was known for running away.

If they didn't go to such extreme lengths, poor Tango could've frozen to death outside. Apparently, the horse was known for running away.

Tango is such a free spirit, that he doesn't like being stashed inside a boring old barn. He used to roam free and lie down on the grass, but @mckellogs knew that if he were to try that during the blaze, he'd quickly turn into an ice cube!

She was understandably concerned, but she also shared proof that the situation was dead serious. Tango had done this the year prior too!

She was understandably concerned, but she also shared proof that the situation was dead serious. Tango had done this the year prior too!

@mckellogs posted a couple of shots where you could clearly see Tango blending into the background while everything was covered in snow. He had a perfectly warm barn all for himself, but Tango was fearless.

No "Snowmageddon" would ruin his routine! Tango loves to sleep on the grass, belly up and all.

No "Snowmageddon" would ruin his routine! Tango loves to sleep on the grass, belly up and all.

@mckellogs went on to post another shot of Tango lying on the grass. Apparently, he likes to sleep lying down because he's too lazy to sleep on his feet, as a normal horse would.

However, many horses like to sleep on the ground when they feel it's more comfortable and cozy.

However, many horses like to sleep on the ground when they feel it's more comfortable and cozy.

Judging by the looks of it, the grass isn't always greener or cozier on the other side! Tango's having the time of his life outside of his barn, so clearly, he's not much of a barn-man...or horse!

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