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Cute!.At the petting zoo in my area, the lambs and goats love to eat shoelaces and buttons off of children's clothes.It's funny to watch.
That has to be cute. One time I was at Lion Counttry Safari. We were at the petting zoo there and a deer ate a dollar bill.
Stick it in the oven - stick it in the oven:DSimon
that'sa cute littlelamb, little lambi don't think you should stick it in the oven, but tied to a stick it could be a pretty good mop -- just a thought/t.
Hey! /tWhat you can do is sheer the sheep and use its wool for a mop and then stick the sheep in the oven :Dhaha!lol
Ahem.Boys can be so mean.I prefer a sponge mop anyway.That little lamb looks so sweet. And just like a sweater I used to have.:)xxpinks
SIMON!/T.!SIMON!You are so right, Pink.
Yes it would make a good sweater- I didn't think of that, I must be hungry
I don't think so, Simon. I mentioned the lamb supplies wool. I didn't mention lamb is tender meat. There's a difference between wool and meat, Simon.
If you cook a lamb with its wool still on it it gets more crispy. I suppose you could cook it when it's still alive :-/Do you eat lamb L/lamb?
Cooking lamb while its still alive? Ugh! Poor little lamb.Yes. Simon, I eat lamb. Do you?
Save the skin and fleece - you can make a lamb hand puppet!!
And name it Lamb Chop. (poor, poor lamb)
I love eating lamb YUM! lolSimon
Meat and a hand puppet - none of the lamb was wasted...
Ok thats it.Boys smell.(I don't eat lamb. I'm allergic)Vive Le Lamb!
HEY, GUYSKNOCK IT OFFand get ye over to codepo() to check out the new MEAT MASTER 5000/t.
Pink, you're a sweet heart./t. Meat Master 500 indeed!
/t., i'm a meat heart./t.
Heh, heh, /t has mastered his meat. That's what they told me, anyway...
What do "they" know? And just who are "they?"
Where does steel wool come from? Lambs that are abrasive?
Yes, and they get that way when /t. wants to cook them.
So, that's not your's is it?
Mine is bigger - my lamb, that is.
That's just about the cutest baby lamb I've ever seen.
Kid, you have a lamb? Let's see.Dan, thank you. hugz
i like to knit with genuine wool. i'm very grateful for little lambs for that. i also have some unspun wool. actually it comes in different colors. i have green, pink, red and blue. i'm wondering that perhaps that wool came from some of your little lambs.
Maybe some of my little lambs have provided you with your wool.
Way back when I thought I knew it all, a gal I knew took me to the state fair and made me topuch a lamb.MADE me touch it.Now, first off, let me mentin that my fingers are really long. But, in keeping with your family rating, lets move on to that first touch.I put my fingers at her wool's edge and started in expecting to hit solid lamb say within three or four inches. My fingers slipped up to knuckles, then the palm was in, and, finally, after all of my hand was imbedded within this lamb's wool before actually touching lamb, well, I gotta tell ya. I was impressed.No wonder they like to get sheered!
....still.I sure wouldn't want to wax a lamb.
That wool must be hot for them. But they seem to be friendly animals. My ex husband and I were some place where they had lambs and the lambs said baaa baaa and we said baaaa baa back to them. They continued and we continued. It was nice.Wax a lamb? Never heard of that before.
Wax on, wax off...
It might be more complicated than that.
Lamb waxing poetic?
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