"If providence did beards devise,
To prove the wearers of them wise,
A fulsome goat would then, by nature,
Excel each other human creature." - Thomas D'Urfey

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Spooky!

As if those zombie quackers weren't enough. Now we have to put up with zombie deer. Oy. Look at that one on the right with her mouth open. You can't hear it, but we certainly could. Brainzzz ... we want braainzzzz ... Scary stuff, I can tell you. Well, at least they weren't mumbling Peanutzz ... we want Peaanuutzzz ... That would have been unthinkably horrifying!

Still, look at that! Mouth open and headed our way. Ella is big and fast. She has nothing to fear. Peanut will just butt her legs out from under her. No problem for him. And Boo doesn't have a brain, so no worries there. I can, however, see that I have a dilemma. Everyone knows just where the brains are in this outfit. Well, hmmm ... maybe fainting goats are good for something after all. Watson will surely faint, and that will give me time to go hide. On second thought. I'm already in trouble on his account. I suppose I better not go there. Maybe the electric fence will stop zombie deer. My hooves are crossed - all four.

In the meantime, I'm counting on the Great Peanut stopping by here tonight. We are the most SINCERE! Sincerely weird, mind you, but SIN-CERE nonetheless! Happy Halloween! May the Great Peanut leave you mounds of three-to-a-shellers!


Lisa T. said...

Dear Marigold, if a deer philosophizes in the forest, does it make a sound?

Marigold said...
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Marigold said...

Dear Lisa T.,
Let's try this again. A deer philosophize? Come now. Is that possible? Naaaah.

Millie said...

Oh that really does look scary? I'm so glad we don't have brain eating deer here.

denise f said...

Is that an actual deer? Or is the NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (DEER)! Run, Marigold, run!

oregonsunshine said...

Oh! I do not come visit often enough! I've been away since I miss our goaties that we had to rehome in order to move to Georgia.

I've missed your sense of humor, Marigold. I'll come visit more often now. Promise.