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Synchronized Ramming

Jan
16

C’mon, c’mon, stop looking at me.

You can’t look at me, either.

Now you’re both looking at me! Stop it!

There you go. Almost there….

Good enough. Let’s try something else.

Profile, Mr. Dorset.

Profile, Mr. Suffolk.

You’re kinda the scary one, aren’t you?


Don’t look at me like that. This is important. I’ve got something for you when we’re done.

C’mon!!!!

Get it together!

Not that together!

You can do it. You’ve got Olympic gold medalists written all over you!

There you go.

Now to the left.

A 10! A perfect score!!!!

You could crack a smile. You guys could use a sense of humor, you know.

What did the cloned sheep say to the other sheep? I am ewe.

Did you think you were going to get a real medal? I’m sorry. This is all I’ve got.

Wait! I’ve got more! Well, not more like a medal. Forget that!

When a sheep is rammed, does it become ewes’d?

There were these two sheep, see, and one of them walked into a baaa–

ACK!!!!! Baaa-bye!!!!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 16, 2009  

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  1. 1-16
    4:02
    am

    Maybe they’d co-operate better for a cookie? :sheep:

  2. 1-16
    4:03
    am

    Haha! Too cute! I love your sheep :)

  3. 1-16
    4:12
    am

    hahaha

    I :heart: :sheep: :yes:

  4. 1-16
    4:13
    am

    lol that was supposed to say I Love Sheep but it looks a little wonky :)

    :sheepjump:

  5. 1-16
    4:18
    am

    you are to much!!! LOL :airkiss:

  6. 1-16
    5:14
    am

    Haha! I guess I never heard sheep jokes before…. Maybe I need to get out more?

  7. 1-16
    5:42
    am

    :lol: Those were really baaad! But funny, too.

  8. 1-16
    5:58
    am

    I think my keyboard can write this automatically by now, “Thank you and what a riot!!!”

  9. 1-16
    6:27
    am

    This is off topic but I just got the magazine “Living the Country Life” (February 09 issue). It has an adult Coco on the front! Great Pyrenees dogs are their cover story. They also mention a special t.v. program on the dogs on RFD-TV – I’m sure it’s listed on their website. Plus the website has cute, cute pics of puppies — you can check it out at http://www.livingthecountrylife.com Also, if you want my copy of the magazine when I’m finished, let me know and I’ll put it in the mail to you. P.S. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your blog!

  10. 1-16
    7:30
    am

    LOL, you’re nuttier than I am. And that’s sayin’ somethin’.

  11. 1-16
    8:04
    am

    You are so funny and I just love your animal pics. They make me want to reach out and pet them. Thank You for sharing.

  12. 1-16
    8:04
    am

    ROFLOL My rams are jealous! They want a shot at the title. ROFLOL
    :snoopy:

  13. 1-16
    8:10
    am

    I’m jelous. I want to go see the sheep.

  14. 1-16
    8:16
    am

    This post reminds me of the time an old man that lived down the road from us when I was growing up, took it upon himself to try and get my Aunt Amy to marry him. He was at least 40 years older than her, and why he thought she’d want him was beyond me. Anyway, he’d come to visit my granddad every evening just so he could be near my Aunt Amy. One evening, he got brave enough to make her aware of his intentions, he looked over at my Aunt and said, “Amy, I want a sheep sandwich.” My Aunt Amy, being polite, asked, “What is that?” He replied, “Two pieces of bread with Ewe between ’em”.

    She quickly told him, “We’ll that aint gonna happen, we are all out of bread!”

    Your posts remind me so much of the humor and times we had on the mountain when I was a kid.

    Keep up the great work,
    Matthew

  15. 1-16
    9:28
    am

    Oh, Suzanne, this was absolutely delightful! So glad you got the rams’ cooperation – must have taken days of practice! I’m especially grateful that this post did not include cooking – I’d much rather laugh than clean more drool off my keyboard. :sheep:

  16. 1-16
    10:01
    am

    I’m laughing so hard I can hardly type!

    They worked hard for that medal…..where’s the cookies?!!

  17. 1-16
    10:55
    am

    My ram want to know if you’ll come and take his picture? He was to tell you it was almost 70* here yesterday. Great pictures can’t wait for lambing to start.Thank for the lamb fix. Shelly

  18. 1-16
    12:08
    pm

    I think being without water for 6 days made you a little slap-happy! ha.

  19. 1-16
    12:12
    pm

    I can’t wait to hear all about the process of you shearing and making yarn out of their wool :sheep:

  20. 1-16
    12:41
    pm

    Animals are so sweet! Your sheep pictures these past two days have been so cute!!! I sure hope that you are having fun!!!

    There aren’t very many sheep where I live (SW Iowa). We mostly have cows :moo: , corn, and beans. There are a lot of :reindeer: deer, foxes, and rabbits here as well. (they like crossing the road at the wrong times though, :hissyfit: )

    I’m glad you are having fun!!

  21. 1-16
    12:48
    pm

    OHHHH my Coco!!!!!! Big ol snow pup!!!!!! :sheepjump: :sheep: :snoopy: :heart:

  22. 1-16
    2:19
    pm

    Those are some good shotss! I esp like the Dorset….with the shaggy wool! :sheepjump:

  23. 1-16
    2:31
    pm

    Too funny, Suzanne!

  24. 1-16
    4:38
    pm

    Do they have school when it’s that cold?

    Are your animals and chickens warm enough?

  25. 1-16
    4:51
    pm

    He-he! They’re rather handsome, aren’t they?

  26. 1-16
    5:49
    pm

    I am ewe … good one! I know this has nothing to do with your post, but I wanted to write and thank you so much for sharing your recipe for Italian Style Tomato Sauce. And a ‘thank you’ to Georgia for sharing her recipe for meatballs. Made them tonight and am so stuffed I can hardly move. On a scale of 1-10, I give you both a big 50! I know, but it was just that good! I also took some upstairs to my elderly neighbor, Andy. I always share with him anytime I make a large meal. I gave him enough to have a few more meals by just heating everything up. He was delighted to get it! And if I know him, and I do, he’s gonna LOVE it!

    So again, Suzanne and Georgia, thank you from the bottom of our warm little tummies. :) xxoo

  27. 1-16
    6:47
    pm

    Oh, I just spoted the Grinch in the smileys. I LOVE the Grinch.He should stick around all year.
    :grinch: :grinch: :grinch: :grinch: :grinch: :grinch: :grinch:

  28. 1-16
    6:50
    pm

    :lol: Six days without water, 0 degrees, and you’re still making us smile.
    You are the best. :sheep:

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