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Dec
28

Cowboy.

Strutting.

Watching.

Waiting. Waiting for Clover, his intended, his future lover, the light of his life and the hope of his lonely nights. Waiting for the day she will wag her tail and bleat for him, sniff the buck rag and swoon her desire. Clover and I will leap into the car, careen over the hill like Thelma and Louise–straight to Cowboy.

In the meantime, the bucks at the goat farm are in rut and butting heads until they’re bloodied and bald on top.

Not to mention the peeing on each other’s heads.

Do you see that Clover? Do you see how Cowboy is suffering for you, how he walks through the fires of hell for you, how he proves his worthiness? He would fight dragons for you, Clover! He would climb every mountain, ford every stream. Love is never having to say you’re sorry there’s pee on your face.


Clover? Clover? Are you in heat yet, Clover? Want me to get out the buck rag? Cowboy’s ready! Is he not a fine sight to behold? CLOVER?

Clover: “I need a drink.”

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 28, 2008  

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  1. 12-28
    1:46
    am

    :rotfl: That is hilarious! Poor Clover and Cowboy, I hope they get to consummate their love soon! lol Cowboy is quite handsome. I can’t wait to see what Clover’s kids look like!

  2. 12-28
    2:01
    am

    OK, this one is ROFLMAO funny. But I have to be quiet as it’s about 2 a.m. in Plano TX. We went to hear our favorite Irish band in Dallas and got home late.
    PS. This post is X rated I hope no one with delicate hearts out in the interweb faints from the photos. Giggle giggle all the way to bed!

  3. 12-28
    2:16
    am

    Poor Clover’s gone from wanting sweet cookies to needing a good stiff drink!Can’t say I blame her!!

  4. 12-28
    5:26
    am

    OMG OMG OMG!!! I laughed so hard I woke up Milk Dud!! Nothing like being pee’d on is there!!! No other smell like it either! :shocked:

  5. 12-28
    7:56
    am

    That little goat behind Clover looks like it’s grinning!

  6. 12-28
    8:24
    am

    As they say, “The course of true love never did run smooth.”

    Y’all be careful careening over that hill!

  7. 12-28
    9:08
    am

    Ahhh, Clover, your day will come (again!). I hope your wanting a drink doesn’t mean that you and Cowboy will go out on the town, visiting honky tonk goat bars and forgetting all about the reason behind your date! Maybe Coco should go along as chaperone? :catmeow:

  8. 12-28
    9:23
    am

    Clover is a lady…She is just telling Cowboy that she is worth the wait. :treehugger:

  9. 12-28
    10:03
    am

    :sheepjump: Goat porn. Now I’ve seen everything. Thanks for enlightening me.
    JK She and that buck will have beautiful kids.

  10. 12-28
    10:21
    am

    I’m glad you’re not taking care of any “cowboys” :mrgreen:

  11. 12-28
    10:33
    am

    OMG, Suzanne I laughed SO LOL that my DH had to come to see what was so darned funny.

    Oh how I love a good love story,errr mating story!

  12. 12-28
    10:55
    am

    Have you ever thought about writing love stories?? Tee hee hee!! :love:

  13. 12-28
    1:35
    pm

    That post is hysterical! Maybe you can bribe Clover with cookies.

  14. 12-28
    2:03
    pm

    :snoopy:

  15. 12-28
    2:30
    pm

    Too funny, Suzanne!

  16. 12-28
    2:59
    pm

    Oh! Poor Clover…she has no idea what she’s in for ;))
    Great post Suzanne…you should write a book !

  17. 12-28
    3:59
    pm

    Oh poor Clover! She’s in for it now. I hope he’s gentle.

  18. 12-28
    4:19
    pm

    She looks more like she’s in the mood for Midol. AND a good drink. *G* Too Funny!

  19. 12-28
    5:22
    pm

    I have a calico cat that looks a lot like Cowboy sans the eye color and the “ahem” You said it first Suzanne- balls! back – gorgeous boyfriend Clover!you two will have gorgeous kids! :sheepjump:

  20. 12-28
    6:16
    pm

    Tsk tsk. Pimping out your goat just to make funny for your blog readers.

    I totally approve . . . :rotfl:

  21. 12-28
    8:44
    pm

    At least Clover has the right kind of comfort in mind–this situation is WAY beyond cookies.

    ROFLMAO! :rotfl:

  22. 12-29
    10:41
    am

    Will you have to separate the males and females one day?

  23. 12-29
    7:59
    pm

    Oh MY what large %$%#[email protected]$^$ you have Cowboy! Giddyup Clover :shimmy: Whoo hoo!

  24. 2-1
    1:50
    am

    No wonder you won the contest!!! You have a way with words, Lady!!! Some my Mama would have wshed my mouth out with soap for!!! Good to be back on site,,,

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