Saturday, March 10, 2012

Peanut Doodle

Hi! It's me, Peanut.....Peanut Doodle, son of Dolly Doodle!
I am here to talk to you today about a very serious condition. It is called GCEOHCD. That stands for Goaties Compulsively Eating off the Human's Clothing Disorder. I have been told by my Grand-maaaa that I suffer from this hereditary  condition. She says there is a good side to this...condition, it is always accompanied by extreme friendliness. Well, yeah! A goatie with this condition has to be friendly! How else could he get to the source of his compulsion if he wasn't! 
 
I know you all are wondering about this disorder of mine...well...it's  simply that I must eat off the peoples clothes! I can't help it ! They are just soooooooo good and  I must do it! I must, I must, I must!
As soon as I see my people I run to them as fast as I can and get a mouthful of clothes....and I chew and suck till they are soggy and I can't stop! I do not want to stop! It 's soo ..good...mmmm.mmm...mmmm....
My Grand-maaa says she has lost many clothes to this disease because eventually  GCEOHCD  progresses from sucking to biting her clothes full of holes.


Grand-maaa also says she has retrieved many a cud covered pajama drawstrings from the gullets of  GCEOHCD  baby goats. She says,"Yeah..it's even grosser than it sounds.." I have not had pajama strings but I have had camera strings and they are oh so yummy!
My sister, Zazzy, also suffers form GCEOHCD  as you can see...
The Boy says maybe we are were-goaties! We do like to attack our prey but we aren't were-goaties  because we do not need a full moon to devour the clothes off humans!

There is no cure for GCEOHCD. The only thing that can be done is to start a fund for Grand-maaa some new clothes. If you would like to donate..Zazzy and I prefer cotton....just sayin'!








27 comments:

Jill said...

You two are so dang cute! I'm pretty sure I'd have to let you chew on my clothes too!

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

I'll take that little bundle of love off your hands if he's too much trouble!
Shall we start a clothing drive? LOL

Lisa said...

Oh my!!My goaties suffer from the same condition. Horrible, just horrible.

Pricilla said...

Silly kids. We goats here prefer the publicist's jewelry

wayside wanderer said...

Goodness, you are so cute I would gladly let you eat at least SOME of the clothes off of me. I'm kinda shy so you can't have them ALL.

That profile picture of peanut doodle is just about the cutest thing ever. No wonder you are smitten.

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Oh Melodie-
I sure wish you'd move your Texan farm to Georgia so I could put food all over my clothes for those adorable kids of yours!!
You must have too much fun with all the new kids in your play yard!

TexWisGirl said...

this was precious cute!!! :) adorable!

LindaG said...

Haha. Great post! :-)

Michaele said...

What is it about goats and clothes? Mine can untie my shoes faster than I can pull away. Super cute babies there : )

Baur said...

Awwww he looks sooo cute!

small farm girl said...

Sooooooo cute!!!!!!! They suffer from the cuteness gene too!

DebH said...

well I can certainly tell, they don't get near enough attention! LOL!!
and I see you get to keep that Zazzy girls name..You'll have to do a video of that. I love the antics of little baby goats and you should share!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Does this mean you're going to start having to feed the goats naked? ;-)

Baby goats are so cute!

Tina said...

Awww they are so adorable. I love goats, they have such amazing eyes.

Texan said...

rofl they are adorable! Look at those ears! LOL well one could loose ones clothing for worse causes eh? :O)

the wild magnolia said...

made me laugh. adorable.

Saun said...

lol great story

Chris said...

Hi Melodie, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
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Nancy Claeys said...

I remember taking my boys to the zoo and the goats would always chew on their jackets. Both the boys and goats loved it. :)

Claire the Shepherdess said...

Thank you for exposing the truth about GCEOHCD to the world. It just needs a little more public education and understanding...I know that humans really want to do it too, but they are just inhibited, unlike us goats. *Fezzik the goat, who also has GCEOHCD*

Teresa said...

Such a common affliction! Peanut is adorable, but so is Zazzy. I hate those drawstrings covered in cud.

Jim said...

Hilarious!!! Melodie, I WANT a Peanut Doodle to go with my Labradoodle!! lol Can you just imagine that!
You are such an imaginative writer.

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peihome said...

Gosh, wee goats are adorable, even if they do eat things they shouldn't!

dr momi said...

Dear Peanut Doodle....you and your sister sound hopeless -- just sayin'. If your Grand-maaaa ever does start feeding you while naked, please make sure to come back and share THAT post with us! LOL!

sophie...^5 said...

No cure...oh my doddiness or should I say goatieness...Maybe if you mixed up the letters~~~OHDCECG~~~then it might unscramble you brain burbs...oh I don't know...good luck!

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