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Willows
1st Feb 2006, 15:03
What the hell sort of defense strategy is this? :confused: Hilarious none the less.

(I know, I shouldn't laugh)

Fainting Goats! (http://www.wimp.com/fainting/)

airship
1st Feb 2006, 15:16
The lady farmer in the report is just 'one of the thousands' of reasons why I love ornery Americans. :ok:
:zzz:
"Hey, who put up that umbrella?!"
:zzz: :zzz: :zzz:
PS. If Clint Eastwood ever decides to make a small-scale cowboy n' injun movie, yer just need to 'paint out' the horns...! ;)

edusaeanna
1st Feb 2006, 15:32
I want some! When I have a big house with a garden....that's going to be my pet of choice....fabulous. :ok:

Romeo Delta
1st Feb 2006, 15:41
Hmmmm... Scared stiff? :hmm:

lexxity
1st Feb 2006, 16:50
I need to get me some off them, hours of amusement guaranteed.:ok:

frostbite
1st Feb 2006, 17:13
Great fun, but they do have a strange sense of humour.

Wyler
1st Feb 2006, 20:46
Give me a plate of sprouts and i could do that.

RaraAvis
1st Feb 2006, 23:34
How did those strange creatures survive in the wild given the 'fainting' streak is not a new addition to this particular breed... And if it is, then, why?:confused::suspect:

sprocket
1st Feb 2006, 23:59
How did those strange creatures survive in the wild given the 'fainting' streak is not a new addition to this particular breed... And if it is, then, why?:confused::suspect:

.. they survived by 'kidding' all the time. :hmm:

fernytickles
2nd Feb 2006, 03:24
That has to be an early April Fool? I wonder if they do that when the coyote chases them?

ATN
2nd Feb 2006, 06:06
Fainting when scared or stressed ? They cannot be urban goats, can they ?

ATn

steinycans
2nd Feb 2006, 10:36
I am suprised they were not bred by Australians, it would save them a fortune in rufanol.