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“As hard as a goat’s knee”

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10 Comments to ““As hard as a goat’s knee””


  1. tumeke | Profile

    A real goats ears spawn from behind his horns.


    Also the hills are blue? i think the photographer was on acid, and his legs are pretty thin as well


  2. falwan | Profile

    The horns should curl outwards not sticking to back of neck…


    The ears should be behand the horns, not the opposite.


    Horns should be on forehead.


  3. falwan | Profile

    behand = behind


  4. Shawn | PUZZLE GRANDMASTER | Profile

    I’ve never seen a billy-goat with shaved legs before


  5. Shawn | PUZZLE GRANDMASTER | Profile

    And a goat’s horns aren’t curled around like that, they are more straight. I think only sheep have horns like that.


  6. RK | Founder | Profile

    Not many got this one


    Shawn, Falwan & Tumeka are correct-those are the horns of a ram, not a goat.


  7. Yady | Profile

    horns should be a little forward on teh forehead and the ears should be behind the horns


  8. pgzzz | Profile

    The eyes are pointing straight ahead but the nose and mouth are pointing to the right.


  9. Tsopi | Profile

    Horns are a bit more back than should…and i don’t get why the goat should be tied with a chain so many miles away from stable…


  10. cobres zeragian | Profile

    i think the goat is too big? (or i should say RAM) just look at the chain on its neck. it connects to a tree. the tree is too small ( but if its small, the goat can easily break free), or if its far, the chain will not be that long.


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