This is Mrs. Bencours, one of my patients. She thinks she's a sheep.

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I suppose this is theologically sound, as long as the goat isn't male.

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  1. It’s a fair cop.

  2. So, if this happened in the USA would the ACLU scream about the goat’s civil rights or the rights of the guy to screw the goat?

  3. Mike-

    Personally, if this happened in the USA I’d laugh.

    Just as I’m doing now.

    I don’t care where you’re from, that’s funny!

  4. So, in the Sudan, are there areas that are known for this kind of thing (like West Virginia here)? Are the Sudanese people like, “Well, you know how they love their goats in Upper Nile State.”

  5. I’m reminded of the old joke about the farmer who takes his son to a psyciatrist.

    Farmer: Doc, my son thinks he’s a chicken

    Doctor: That’s terrible! How long has this gone on?

    Farmer: 10 years

    Doctor: Why didn’t you bring him in sooner?

    Farmer: We needed the eggs.

    Substitute “wife,” “goat” and “milk” for “son,” “chicken” and “eggs.”

  6. I don’t know why, but my favorite line in the article is: “When I asked him: ‘What are you doing there?’, he fell off the back of the goat, so I captured and tied him up”.

    Just the visual of that makes me laugh. And really..some guy is fucking your goat, do you really need to ask “what are you doing there?”

  7. and I suppose you think it is just a coincidence that a man married a goat after homosexual marriages were legalized in Massachusetts.

    slippery slope!

    slippery slope!

  8. slippery slope!

    Hilarious!!!!!

  9. “He used the goat as his wife…”

    So now we know what this group thinks their wives are for…does the goat cook, clean and do the wash too?

    Oliver Sacks latest book “The man who mistook his wife for a goat” …do they eat goat in Sudan?

  10. gaijin,

    At this moment, the goat is telling him to get off the couch and clean out the shed.

  11. Just the visual of that makes me laugh. And really..some guy is fucking your goat, do you really need to ask “what are you doing there?”

    Sure, he might only be trying to get it back into its pen in incremental thrusts while not wearing pants.

  12. Mixed marriages can be hard on the children.

  13. I worry about the kids.

  14. Does anyone else see a gay marriage loophole in Sudan?

  15. At this moment, the goat is telling him to get off the couch and clean out the shed.

    Brilliant, joe. Brilliant.

  16. So, was it a ram or a dam? (if those are the right terms for goats.)

  17. Will the goat get half his property in a divorce?

  18. Come to think of it…the usual terms are billy and nanny.

  19. Was the goat of the age of consent or “just a kid”? 😉

  20. Mr. Tombe: I love this goat.

    Pee-Wee Herman: Then why don’t you marry it, heh heh heh?

    Mr. Tombe: Because then you would have to marry a porno movie.

  21. I fear that Sudan is approaching a Nanny State.

  22. Not baaaaaaaaad. (said like a goat)… If he had to marry the goat, and the goat did not consent…

    Its a jump ball, ACLU, PETA…PETAACLU!

  23. So, was it a ram or a dam? (if those are the right terms for goats.)

    Ram-a-dam.

  24. Be interesting to see him try to get that goat into a burka.

  25. LOL, all…especially Brian. That was great!

  26. .. a male goat is a buck and a female is a doe ..

    .. raised goats as a teenager .. never f*cked one, tho ..

    .. Hobbit

  27. Smappy: Does anyone else see a gay marriage loophole in Sudan?

    Hilarious! I expect to see Rosie O’Donnell et al. lining up to get married in Sudan.

  28. I still don’t think Texas should have been allowed into the Union.

  29. Thank you, linguist.

    If two women get married in Sudan, do they have to be mutually subservient? How does that work?

  30. Why do I keep thinking of Gene Wilder?

  31. Reminds me of that punchline, “It’s OK, it’s only my Da-a-a-a-a-a-d.”

    Or the National Lampoon pictorial “Women of the Eastern Bloc”: “We have no women in Albania! Only mules! If you look at our mules, we will kill you!”

  32. Why do I keep thinking of Gene Wilder?

    The item’s title might have something to do with it.

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