By David Pescovitz at 1:51 pm Wed, Aug 29, 2007
i was wondering who would go with the goatse reference first. took until post #5! w00t!!!1!11!
Teresa: Asterix the Goat?
Seven -horned goats??? Isn’t it a sign of the end of times? Prepare for the rapture, forget unlocking your iphone, you won’t make to the next AT&T bill!
That goat has got to be named Asterisk.
#1, the “end of the world” person has no idea what their talking about… the goat has 6 horns not 7… and obviously a little disoriented.
Oh, damn. It’s a five-armed asterisk in this typeface.
Seven eyes, Anonymous.
Seven horned goats are a sign of the “eh” of times, when people just don’t give a darn.
Hmmm. Google Ads are offering Goat Ringtones and “Watch Goat Videos.”
#3, what, no Google ad for “six-horned goatse.cx?”
Expect the Rolling Stones to sue that “Goat Milk Soap” ad for copyright infringement.
#2, that’s very galling.
Now if a Rhino with only one horn is considers a source of aphrodisic
– What does it say about this Goat..
That goats given me the horn!
Isn’t it great Boingboing has comments!
That’s like words stuck together to make sentences! Wow, isn’t that a wonderful thing?
Ahhh….goats…Hmmm…Excessive production of Keratinous protuberances…Boing!
Not all that rare. There are also 4-horned sheep:
Six-horned sheep aren’t uncommon. The Jacob sheep breed is raised in North America and the UK and is bred to have six horns.
Thanks Jessica, I was just going to say the same thing. Not unusual at all. My friend raises them.
Oh, and it’s a SHEEP, NOT a goat. yeesh. Maybe double-check the farm animal postings with a quick google search before posting. People are always confusing my Soay sheep with goats too.
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