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Scared goats / sheep!

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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago

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#1
If only I could do that to women!!
#2
Ive just watched it and almost wet myself, will watch it later with the sound on :giggle: suppose i shouldnt laugh....
#3
Joshanna
Ive just watched it and almost wet myself, will watch it later with the sound on :giggle: suppose i shouldnt laugh....


How many times do you almost wet yourself in a day??...I'd hate to have your laundry chores!! LOL
#4
currychops
How many times do you almost wet yourself in a day??...I'd hate to have your laundry chores!! LOL


So many you wouldnt believe :giggle:
banned 2 Likes #5
So funny. What a way to get your rocks off. You really do know nothing about animals and caring for them. Some one once told me that the human race needs culling - on this evidence I cannot disagree. Be ashamed, be very ashamed.
1 Like #6
Erm, whats cruel? This is what they do!
1 Like #7
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fainting_goat

A fainting goat is a breed of domestic goat whose external muscles freeze for roughly ten seconds when the goat is startled. Though painless, this generally results in the animal collapsing on its side. The characteristic is caused by a hereditary genetic disorder called myotonia congenita. Older goats sometimes learn to lean against something to prevent their falling over, and often they continue to run about in an awkward, stiff-legged shuffle.

Slightly smaller than standard breeds of goat, fainting goats are generally 17 to 25 inches tall and can weigh anywhere from 50 to 165 pounds. They have large, prominent eyes in high sockets, and exist in as many colors as standard breeds do. Hair can be short or long, with certain individuals producing a great deal of cashmere during colder months. There appears to be no angora strain of the fainting goat.

The origin of the fainting goat is peculiar. The goats appear to have arrived in Marshall County, Tennessee in the early 1800's, courtesy of a reclusive and unnamed farm worker who was most likely from Nova Scotia. Before he left the area, he sold his goats - three does and a buck - to Dr. H.H. Mayberry, who bred them.

Other names include: Tennessee (meat) Goats, Nervous Goats, Stiff-leg Goats, Wooden-leg Goats, and Tennessee Scare Goats.
#8
eggman
So funny. What a way to get your rocks off. You really do know nothing about animals and caring for them. Some one once told me that the human race needs culling - on this evidence I cannot disagree. Be ashamed, be very ashamed.

WoW I bet you're fun to be around :roll:
#9
Let's not let this thread turn into another eggman vs everyone else topic please.
banned 1 Like #10
Watch the clown holding the scary thing - blowing in the wind. In this country you would, quite rightly, be brought to account - get a life - is it still funny? Laugh on.
#11
The scary umbrella?!
banned#12
Well, your signature just about sums U up
#13
You crack me up! No, really, you do.
banned#14
Mods - Close this thread - or what?
#15
Removed eggman's last unnecessary and rude comment. Any more will result in a temporary ban.
banned#16
I am most surprised that U can accept the abuse of animals as 'fun' whilst carrying out a Whitchfinder General hunt. What is that I smell? .......double standards ...... U will have 2 live all your life with your next decision......do it?... and U will know what I mean... how will U sleep at night?........?????

Ther are only 14 viewing - put up or shut up my nanny used to say 2 me.
#17
The abuse of animals? I don't feel the need to lock this thread (unless admin himself decides otherwise), but I will remove any more antagonistic comments from you.
banned#18
Yawn............
#19
Hilarious.:lol:
eggman,let it lie mate.It's a bit of light relief and i don't think it is at the animals expense.That is their genetic makeup,nobody is forcing them to do it.:santa:
#20
[SIZE=2]It's the same as a hedgehog curling into a ball, a chameleon changing colour. This is what these goat's do! But, it's funny![/SIZE]
[SIZE=2][/SIZE]
[SIZE=2]I also think bloating fish are funny![/SIZE]
#21
eggman you've been given a lot of leeway when replying to posts, even if you've gone off topic and attempted to draw other members into pointless and personal arguments.

Please don't cause threads to degenerate into a position where they would have to be closed. Please discuss topics sensibly, politely and respect other peoples opinions whilst doing so.

:santa: Keep it good fun :santa:

Thanks! :santa:
#22
Whenever I see you on a thread rayman guess what comes into my mind...yes that lyris "one of these days I'm gonna walk all over you"....and yes we need some Christmas spirit on HUKD not unnecessary provocation that is really a pointless exercise.
#23
Hehe :) These boots are made for walking?

:santa:
#24
Oh the joy, im going to always think that now :giggle:

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