Turning Lamebos Into Rainbows

Rambling Goat and Nonsense Unicorn present… The Awesome Person's Guide to Life

Questions to life #3


1. Is it actually possible to eat Saos without looking like a tard?
2. Why don’t animals laugh? Don’t they find anything funny?!
3. How can fish be cool with weeing and pooing and then swimming face first into their own bodily fluids?!
4. While we’re on the fish poo topic, wtf is a whale poo like?! Good god.
5. Are dogs the only animals in the world which can have entirely different ears from one individual to another?! Some are pointy and some are droopy! I imagine it would be really weird if humans also had this..
6. Why are quizzes so appealing? I just wasted a couple of minutes of my life to find out that I’m ‘normal’. I beg to differ. Maybe if they had of gone on to make an 11th question, they’d work out that I like to eat raw potato, and then I’d be thrown into the ‘hectic awesome weirdo’ category. Which didn’t exist but should have..

Rambling Goat


Author: ramblingg0at

Life loves to set me up for its own entertainment. But instead of me hiding these awkward moments, I plan on sharing them for my own (and possibly your) amusement. Now who's laughing, life?

2 thoughts on “Questions to life #3

  1. 2, Rats laugh when tickled:

    5. The Russian Fox domestication project (which will unfortunately probably go bankrupt) discovered over the course of fifty years that as they bred foxes for tameness and friendliness towards humans that the foxes physical characteristics changed. Their tails became curvier, like dogs. Their ears became floppier, like dogs. And their coat patterns became noticeably different from those of their wild fox cousins, similar to how dogs don’t have wolf-like coats anymore.
    4. Whale poop looks like a cloud of green dirt in the water.

    • That rat laughing sounds like a robot haha too bad we can’t hear it at our frequency! I’ve tickled my dog and she’s rolled around snorting so I guess that’s the closest dogs can get.

      Wow, that fox breeding is pretty interesting. I guess not having to hunt might account for the ears – they wouldn’t need to hear as well as wild foxes. Pretty disturbing that people can have the wild versions as pets though 😦 Australia is pretty strict on imports and pet regulations thankfully so the most wild thing we get here is probably an emu? Or a snake? But you need licences for native reptiles, frogs and some birds, so they are aware of their numbers/places of residence.

      I did hear some people had half breeds of dingos but I severely doubt our government would allow us to domesticate dingos. Probably a good thing, looks like they’d just end up looking and acting like a normal dog anyway!

      Yeah now that you mention the whale poo, my duck drinks a lot a water and has the runniest shits, so not being solid makes sense for a whale..

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