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The most beautiful goat by ev on 3 November 2008 6:10pm
 
The 'Most beautiful goat' competition in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2008-10/31/content_10287952.htm
 
Re: The most beautiful goat by peripatetically on 3 November 2008 6:44pm
 
Oh, what a truly gorgeous creature. But, poor Maaz, he'll probably next be sacrificed to celebrate the occasion of being so beautiful. Does anybody know anything more regarding Maaz's future?
 
Re: The most beautiful goat by suzulu on 3 November 2008 11:09pm
 
Awwww! What a lovely goat.
 
Re: The most beautiful goat by johnnythemonkey on 3 November 2008 11:20pm
 
Do you find goats appealing, Eve ?
 
Re: The most beautiful goat by ev on 3 November 2008 11:51pm
 
More than monkeys, you twerp.
 
Re: The most beautiful goat by tucsonmike on 4 November 2008 3:15am
 
Oh, you guys are goating me on!
 
Re: The most beautiful goat by johnnythemonkey on 4 November 2008 7:39am
 
I keep forgetting that Eve is a bloke.
So you've got Mohair trousers Eve ?
 
Re: The most beautiful goat by bIG bLOGGER on 4 November 2008 5:17pm
 
Has anybody noticed the marked contrast between the celebrations in America and those in Obama's father's home country of Kenya?
Thus,on the subject of goats,I was rather dismayed to hear that Kenyans have been preparing all week for a giant feast where a prize goat will be sacrificed. Obama's eldest half-brother,Abongo Malik Obama,said proudly:--
"This here is a fine animal with big testicles and quality breeding; we have nicknamed him "John the goat". He continued:--
"We are Africans so our plan is to slaughter 4 bulls,16 chickens,and assorted sheep and goats. 'John' is destined to become 'nyama choma',which means grilled meat..people will just come on around and bring sodas.."

American flags hung from trees in the city centre of Kisumu,the regional capital,and flapped from the handlebars of bicycle taxis.Children rehearsed their victory songs as elderly matrons relaxed under the mango trees.

Spare a thought for poor 'John'--a fine animal-- who has to be sacrificed to celebrate Obama's victory in the polls.

 



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