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1051 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 15 Jul 2021 at 12:05 PM (2 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-07-15 11:09:02 AM  
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2021-07-15 11:54:38 AM  
Baby goats are all cute until they grow up and then they're all Goat Simulator characters that "accidentally" rocket deadmau5 off a building.
 
2021-07-15 12:06:22 PM  
I love that goats wag their tails like puppies.
 
2021-07-15 12:45:17 PM  
Oh, it could...
 
2021-07-15 12:47:05 PM  
What a cute little kid.
 
2021-07-15 12:51:16 PM  
I need a goat
 
2021-07-15 1:36:42 PM  
I raised pygmy goats for a while. When they were small and cute, I let them climb up on my lap for a pet. Then they got big. Now I had a 50 pound animal, complete with hooves and horns, trying to climb up into my lap for a pet.
 
2021-07-15 2:06:59 PM  
I just got a hankering for a curry...
 
2021-07-15 2:55:35 PM  
Cyclops X-men Of course...NOT
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2021-07-15 3:16:38 PM  
And if they can't get under something, they will get on top.
 
2021-07-15 3:18:23 PM  

ElPrimitivo: And if they can't get under something, they will get on top.


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Forgot the picture.
 
2021-07-15 3:23:53 PM  

ElPrimitivo: ElPrimitivo: And if they can't get under something, they will get on top.

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Forgot the picture.


Looks like a goat game King of the Cow!
 
2021-07-15 3:50:14 PM  

ElPrimitivo: And if they can't get under something, they will get on top.


go on
 
2021-07-15 4:17:30 PM  
Home, home under the range.
 
2021-07-15 7:04:05 PM  

cretinbob: I need a goat


No one needs a goat. My parents had a couple of them, and their experience was:

- The goats had to be attached to a lead at all times to avoid utter destruction of the neighbourhood. On a good day, when you left for any length of time, you'd merely return to find that the goats had tied themselves to the base of the tree so tightly that they could scarcely move.

- On a less-good day, you'd find that they'd managed to tie themselves to a branch 10 feet in the air, and would then need to find a way to untie 1-2 flailing goats from the upper parts of a tree.

- Occasionally, you'd find that the goats had broken free entirely and were on the roof.

- The goats were so destructive that the kindly Chinese immigrant neighbours -- who had a sizable vegetable garden-- regularly left offerings of produce as a form of supplication for ensuring that the goats did not escape and wreak havoc. 40 years later and my parents still feel awful that the neighbours found this necessary.

The goats were cute and funny and they would never, ever consider getting another goat again.
 
2021-07-15 7:41:48 PM  

Albino Squid: cretinbob: I need a goat

No one needs a goat. My parents had a couple of them, and their experience was:

- The goats had to be attached to a lead at all times to avoid utter destruction of the neighbourhood. On a good day, when you left for any length of time, you'd merely return to find that the goats had tied themselves to the base of the tree so tightly that they could scarcely move.

- On a less-good day, you'd find that they'd managed to tie themselves to a branch 10 feet in the air, and would then need to find a way to untie 1-2 flailing goats from the upper parts of a tree.

- Occasionally, you'd find that the goats had broken free entirely and were on the roof.

- The goats were so destructive that the kindly Chinese immigrant neighbours -- who had a sizable vegetable garden-- regularly left offerings of produce as a form of supplication for ensuring that the goats did not escape and wreak havoc. 40 years later and my parents still feel awful that the neighbours found this necessary.

The goats were cute and funny and they would never, ever consider getting another goat again.


Now I want a goat too.
 
2021-07-15 8:43:58 PM  

Albino Squid: cretinbob: I need a goat

No one needs a goat. My parents had a couple of them, and their experience was:

- The goats had to be attached to a lead at all times to avoid utter destruction of the neighbourhood. On a good day, when you left for any length of time, you'd merely return to find that the goats had tied themselves to the base of the tree so tightly that they could scarcely move.

- On a less-good day, you'd find that they'd managed to tie themselves to a branch 10 feet in the air, and would then need to find a way to untie 1-2 flailing goats from the upper parts of a tree.

- Occasionally, you'd find that the goats had broken free entirely and were on the roof.

- The goats were so destructive that the kindly Chinese immigrant neighbours -- who had a sizable vegetable garden-- regularly left offerings of produce as a form of supplication for ensuring that the goats did not escape and wreak havoc. 40 years later and my parents still feel awful that the neighbours found this necessary.

The goats were cute and funny and they would never, ever consider getting another goat again.


so not like cats at all?
 
2021-07-15 10:46:41 PM  
Kid, this ain't your night.
 
2021-07-16 1:20:45 AM  

cretinbob: Albino Squid: cretinbob: I need a goat

No one needs a goat. My parents had a couple of them, and their experience was:

- The goats had to be attached to a lead at all times to avoid utter destruction of the neighbourhood. On a good day, when you left for any length of time, you'd merely return to find that the goats had tied themselves to the base of the tree so tightly that they could scarcely move.

- On a less-good day, you'd find that they'd managed to tie themselves to a branch 10 feet in the air, and would then need to find a way to untie 1-2 flailing goats from the upper parts of a tree.

- Occasionally, you'd find that the goats had broken free entirely and were on the roof.

- The goats were so destructive that the kindly Chinese immigrant neighbours -- who had a sizable vegetable garden-- regularly left offerings of produce as a form of supplication for ensuring that the goats did not escape and wreak havoc. 40 years later and my parents still feel awful that the neighbours found this necessary.

The goats were cute and funny and they would never, ever consider getting another goat again.

so not like cats at all?


They sound more like hyperactive dogs but with the jumping and climbing ability of cats.
 
2021-07-16 9:31:50 AM  
"Toasts my goats" doesn't have the same ring to it.
 
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