One time in college, my friends and I were throwing a luau in our backyard, when our landlord showed up unannounced and got all sorts of interested in what we were doing. He casually mentioned that we could roast some of his goats if we wanted, as if that's a thing people do. He got these goats to take care of his leafy spurge problem, but they only wanted to play all day.
After watching this Goat Simulator video, I can confidently corroborate his story. Goats just want to spend all day climbing towers and knocking basketballs off of barrels. Still, as mischievous as they are, I'm not eating them anytime soon.
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