Recently we stumbled across an interesting phenomenon in the world of GIFs - fainting goats! At first it seemed like just an amusing group of goats that were afraid of an umbrella, but then we found more goats who suffered from fainting spells.
It turns out that a myotonic goat is a domestic goat whose muscles freeze for about 10 seconds when they get scared. Thankfully, these fainting spells are
YouTuber FollowtheFoot has an interesting idea for all of us. Take the classic "Wilhelm Scream" sound effect, and replace it with a screaming goat. Even if you think that's a totally dumb idea, you still get to hear some screaming goats if you watch this video, which is ALWAYS HILARIOUS.
Now that we think of it, why wouldn't you add footage of screaming goats to as many songs as you possibly could? Needless to say, this new internet trend makes much more sense to us than Harlem Shake videos or teenagers throwing gallons of milk into the air...
Here it is, folks -- your daily distraction from whatever horrid employment you might find yourself in. Luckily, if you're caught watching this you won't be there much longer. Hooray! You can thank us later as you pack up your cubicle.
Things were looking pretty grim at the petting zoo after a baby goat got its foot stuck underwater.
As an onlooker filmed, the young animal struggled to keep its head above water. But, suddenly, something comes into the corner of the screen. It's a pig, and it's swimming toward the trapped goat.
If you're out there in a very rough working environment, looking for work along with millions of other people, you might be heartened to hear about the successes of others, even if you feel a little bit jealous as well. But how would it sit with you if a bunch of goats found gainful employment before you did?