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G is for Goats

I thought I'd have a little fun after some recent heavier blog topics and so today here is a cute Internet video of Goats. Boy, I wish I could channel some of that energy and run around like that although I'd definitely try not to knock anyone else down and stand on the backs of others to find my way.

We all need a little time out each day and the Internet certainly has plenty of distractions. Cats are generally my preferred choice of Internet distraction, but cute animals in any form can usually do it. Are you ready, get set, Go...



http://youtu.be/5IuRzJRrRpQ




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  1. It's nice to be able to have fun. I'm doing that with my H post tomorrow. I could not watch the video. I have seen goat videos the kids are so much fun. Videos of fainting goats make me laugh. On a less funny note those old Billy goats can get mean and grumpy. Had one back me into a low voltage electric fence when I was younger. That was a shocking experience. Lol, cheesy humour.

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    1. I seem to have managed to put a link into the video now, but still not get it to load driect on screen. Will have to get more to grips with Blogger when I have some spare time.

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  2. Hi Pam, thanks for dropping by and taking the time to comment. Sorry you can't see the video. Technology defeats me sometimes. I can see it on my laptop but not on my ipad. I'm no expert in blogger. Look forward to your fun post tomorrow.

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  3. Goats are so funny. But yes, I love watching funny cat videos more than probably any other :) Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Hi Jaimie, yep - cats are the best :-)

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  4. I love anything that is fun!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Writer In Transit

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    1. No problem Michelle - thought it was a little bit of fun for a Tuesday. Just about to start working on my post for H.

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  5. Link worked (and fast!) for me. I want that goat!

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  6. And thank you for not having a Captcha. I don't either, and rarely have a problem : )

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    1. Glad the link worked Deb. Yes I removed ther captcha recently after someone mentioned it in one of my comments - perhaps it was you? Would like to encourage people to the site rather than put them off visiting and commenting :-)

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