A video in which a pig rescues a goat


(Thanks, Fipi Lele!)


      1. The original plant alone probably wouldn’ t have helped you much. Don’t eat the scientists who made the medicine.

        Unless scientists are particularly tasty. I’m  not sure.

          1. typing o’ Ham(let):

            We fat all creatures else to fat us, and we fat ourselves for maggots. Your fat king and your lean beggar is but variable service. Two dishes, but to one table.  A man may fish with the worm that hath eat of a king, and eat of the fish that hath fed of that worm.

    1. Aww I’m sure the guy would have jumped in to save it, had the goat actually started to drown… probably.

    2. Also: a video in which a man behind a fence calls for someone who actually works there to save one of their animals

  1. Fake! Viral video for GoPro! That pig just wanted to eat that goat! Animal abuse! Goats are excellent swimmers! Faaaaaaake!

    Just covering the bases. Carry on. 

  2. Subtitle: “A Video in which a Man Throws a Pig into the Water: Panicked Pig Tries to Climb onto Drowning Goat”

    It’s a sequel to: “Man Throws Goat into Water”

    Coming soon: “Man Throws Pig and Goat back into Water”

  3. I couldn’t help but deconstruct this as follows: Man has a clueless baby goat which he knows will just flail without knowing what to do. Man also has a clueful baby pig which he knows will swim straight as an arrow for the exit at the back of the pond. So: man positions camera, dumps goat in center of pond, carefully drops pig in pond in a location that puts the flailing goat on the direct path between pig and exit, and films the result. Bam: YouTube ad revenue.

    My prediction: if the pig had been dropped a foot or two to either side, it would have plowed right past the goat without slowing down.

  4.  Congratulations, Team Boing! You have achieved a 9-point different-revelants-comments stream in only 18 posts, and you will receive extra credit for including only the punch line to a relevant joke. Keep up the good work, everyone!

  5. I love the way the guy with the camera cries “Goat in the water, goat in the water” at the start, as if it’s some equivalent of “Man overboard”

  6. I actually think that there was a person holding the goat in position. If you watch the video the gost almost looks like it’s trying to climb onto a submerged object. But if you watch it full screen you’ll see a blurred flesh colored hand in the first seconds. And the way the goat is moving indicates  that he is being pulled backwards.  

    so fake.

  7. That guy is a complete tool for allowing the goat to almost drown, simply because he wanted to make a youtube video.

    He’s a real pig – and not the hero kind.

  8. Sometimes the cynicism and negativity on the Internet is soul-crushing. Can’t we just enjoy some harmless animal antics, smile, and move on?

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