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    pigmy goats have small butts
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    Quote Originally Posted by monte55 View Post
    pigmy goats have small butts
    I'm not really sure most of us would want to know how you know this tidbit of information
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    Large goats can butt pretty hard.......very small goats can't butt very hard..ie..small butts..
    What were you thinking?
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    roflmao!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Default Little butts?

    I don't know about that one? My male just about K.O'd the neighbors cat.. more pixs....

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    You guys should live around here. Every spring, we have goat races in a small town called Falmouth. It started out as a joke but now its been going at least 10 years and is a big event.
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    When I was around 8 yrs old, I lived with my grandfather on a farm. He bought a young female goat. As cute as it was, it was so destructive. Tie it to a small tree and it would just about chew the tree in half. It killed a few young fruit trees.
    Back then we had what was called the MANOR MAN. He came once a week I think driving a truck filled with bread, doughnuts, sweet rolls etc. Not knowing we had a goat now, he left the rear door open to the truck. Bad idea. Do you have any idea how many loaves of bread, bags of doughnuts etc a goat can open in five minutes? She jumped up into the truck went to town. It was really funny to me only. My grandfather was mad. he had to pay for all of that.
    We lived in a old large 2.5 story house. It's summer, it's hot. Most doors and windows open for air. Did I mention this goat loved to play tag. Well,my grandfather had to go to town for a couple of hours. The entire farm was ours now to do what we wish. We started tag with the goat outside and before you know it, it had gone to the inside of the house. We thought how fun is it to have a goat chase you throughout the house. Well my grandfather
    came back earlier than expected and just in time to see the goat crawling out of the first floor bathroom window. He was really mad and "time out" was
    not an alternative.
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    ahhh...childhood memories....does your bottom still hurt from all tht whupping you got?
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    Actually I got a lot of those. The whoop wasn't too bad but the ping at the end was a killer. I guess I deserved it though. Steal his bullets, shotgun shells, make bombs. No wonder! One day I may tell you how I jumped off the roof of a 2.5 story house hanging on to a big black umbrella. Flight was great but the sudden stop at ground level was NOT. My brother and I use to play tag on the big barn roofs. The loser was the one that slid off into glass, nails, bailing wire etc. OH YEAH...the good old days. It was really a lot of fun.
    I'm surprised I wasn't killed as a young boy. I think of "A BOY NAMED SUE". It just made me tuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by monte55 View Post
    I guess I deserved it though. Steal his bullets, shotgun shells, make bombs. No wonder! One day I may tell you how I jumped off the roof of a 2.5 story house hanging on to a big black umbrella.
    man i got to hear this
    my daddy always said i was IRONHEADED....
    feel free to P/M me

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