New Goats.

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New Goats.

Post by guitarplayer7694 » Sun 03.09.2008 10:55 pm

Don't know if you guys care, or if I have told you, but my family owns a small heard of goats(9) and one of them just had kids. their names are Felix (left) and M&M (right)
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Post by AJBryant » Mon 03.10.2008 12:03 am

I know this is the off-topics forum and all, but I have to wonder if "about my pet" doesn't fall under the "let me tell you about what color socks I am wearing today" rule...


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Re: New Goats.

Post by guitarplayer7694 » Mon 03.10.2008 12:12 am

ask yourself whether or not someone else would find your post interesting

thought someone would find this interesting, But what do I know I'm just a stupid kid.

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Post by clay » Mon 03.10.2008 5:03 am

Hi Felix and M&M! Welcome to TJP. :D
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Re: New Goats.

Post by hyperconjugated » Mon 03.10.2008 10:25 am

Hey, it's Easter next week! I'm sure we can accommodate Felix and M&M....

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Re: New Goats.

Post by guitarplayer7694 » Mon 03.10.2008 12:11 pm

hyperconjugated wrote:Hey, it's Easter next week! I'm sure we can accommodate Felix and M&M....

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Oh your bad :lol: That looks delicious by the way.

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Re: New Goats.

Post by sei » Mon 03.10.2008 2:54 pm

Oh, they're so cute! I once had the chance to pet newborns like those and you just made me remember how cute they were. ^^
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Re: New Goats.

Post by chikara » Mon 03.10.2008 7:53 pm

hyperconjugated wrote:Hey, it's Easter next week! I'm sure we can accommodate Felix and M&M....

What's the connection between goats and Easter?
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Post by AJBryant » Mon 03.10.2008 8:28 pm

Well, in the Greek Orthodox tradition -- lamb is served at Easter, breaking the Paschal fast.

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Post by chikara » Tue 03.11.2008 11:37 pm

AJBryant wrote:Well, in the Greek Orthodox tradition -- lamb is served at Easter, breaking the Paschal fast.

The traditional Sunday roast of lamb is not an unusual way to celebrate Easter Sunday here among Western Christians either. In India mutton refers to goat meat and not (older) sheep meat as it does here and, I believe, in the USA but they are not big on Easter.

So the connection between goats and Easter remains unclear.
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Post by AJBryant » Wed 03.12.2008 12:11 am

chikara wrote:
AJBryant wrote:Well, in the Greek Orthodox tradition -- lamb is served at Easter, breaking the Paschal fast.

The traditional Sunday roast of lamb is not an unusual way to celebrate Easter Sunday here among Western Christians either.

So the connection between goats and Easter remains unclear.



You can't connect these two sentences....


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Post by chikara » Wed 03.12.2008 12:57 am

I just did :wink:

So the connection between goats and Easter still remains unclear.

Does that help?
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Re: New Goats.

Post by hyperconjugated » Wed 03.12.2008 6:17 am

No connection, I was just trying to give heads up that this Easter I'm coming over and planning to eat Felix and M&M. It's going to be so good friday that it hurts :wink:
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Re: New Goats.

Post by AJBryant » Wed 03.12.2008 11:36 am

Dude, you just *said* "lots of people eat lamb for Easter." --

THAT is the connection.


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Re: New Goats.

Post by Sairana » Wed 03.12.2008 11:56 am

But "lamb" is not goat, it's baby sheep. :P

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