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    What does a goat say?

    A joke from my eleven year old son:

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    A cat says, "meow."

    A dog says, "woof."

    A cow says, "moo."

    A bird says, "tweet-tweet."


    WHAT DOES A GOAT SAY? ______________________

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    "Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, or athirst, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not minister unto thee?"





    Apparently he's been reading about the End Times on his own again!
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    Oh, that's Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaad!
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    oh the agony!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Presbyterian Deacon View Post
    A joke from my eleven year old son:

    ____________________________________

    A cat says, "meow."

    A dog says, "woof."

    A cow says, "moo."

    A bird says, "tweet-tweet."


    WHAT DOES A GOAT SAY? ______________________

    *

    **

    ***

    ****

    *****

    ******

    *******

    "Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, or athirst, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not minister unto thee?"





    Apparently he's been reading about the End Times on his own again!
    That's cute/ I have to remember that one.
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