Thanks :-) I do love those fainting goats. Here's to myotonia awareness!Rusty elicited the collective "Awwwww" in this household from everyone but me...because (sorry, Rusty) I was laughing my ass off.
I laughed SO HARD at the fainting goats. I have never seen or heard about that video, thanks for posting it!
That's hysterical. How did I go 4 decades without realizing that "fainting goats" existed? Cute, funny, and apparently harmless to the goats themselves (unless we assume they are being chased by a mountain lion, like Kim Bauer, or something). I anxiously await the regular feature "This Week in Fainting Goats."
Don't worry, Emily. I laugh my ass off at Rusty every time I see that, too. I love that he's just frolicking along and then, BAM, he takes a header right into the grass. At least he's low to the ground, right?Onepinkshoe, welcome to the world of fainting goats! :)Shan, thank you for combining fainting goats, mountain lions and Kim Bauer. I think there's a short story there somewhere. I have to tell you, "24" never disappointed me more than when Kim didn't get eaten by that mountain lion.
Dirty Jobs had Mike working at a fainting goat sanctuary or something one time. Pretty good TV.
Somehow the largest concentration of fainting goats ended up in my homestate and I feel it's my duty to inform you that there's a festival honoring them:http://www.critterhaven.com/goatfestival/default.htmI wonder, can one fake narcolepsy? I'd love a good excuse to just conk out in the middle of whatever I'm doing.
Modern Gal, you are my hero. A whole festival devoted to the critters! Tennessee is calling me....And heck yeah, feigned narcolepsy could be really, really handy. Probably not for getting out of traffic tickets, but I think it would be helpful in pretty much any other situation.
Those goats are funny enough to make up for the fact that one of my coworkers is wearing a perfume that as far as I can tell is Eau de Tijuana Hooker.
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