"Share a Laugh" a Random Posting Thread ~ hosts, Mike & Sally

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  1. Cynthia12

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  5. mlm Mike

    mlm Mike Sunna and Mani Premium Member Project Manager

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    All the piglets are cute, this one looks delicious too!
     
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    Cute!
     
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    Poor fainting goats. :/
     
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    X2. Hilarious to watch... But I do feel really bad for them... [​IMG]
     
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    You should. Did you know that farmers would put a fainting goat in amongst more important livestock like sheep and even young cows? That way if a preditor attacked the herd the goat would "faint" presenting an easy target while the more important animals got away.
     
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