Sheep & “Being True”

Terry and Newborn Lamb - 2 - April 6, 2012

Old Ewe: We’ve got something here that might be of use to our pig.

SheepSheepSheep: Password! Password!

Old Ewe: Before we gives you anything, wolf, you’ll be making us a solemn, promise.

Rex the Male Sheepdog: Yes?

Sheep: Treat us civil!

Old Ewe: Yes, you gotta treat us nice-like.

Rex the Male Sheepdog: I’ll try.

Sheep: No biting!

Old Ewe: That’s right, wolf must avoid biting us sheep at all costs.

Rex the Male Sheepdog: Alright, I’ll try that too. I’ll try.

Old Ewe: But the most important of all, you must promise never ever to let this password we be about to give to be used against any sheep anywhere.

Rex the Male Sheepdog: I promise you that. I’ll make make sure that the pig knows it too.

Old Ewe: We have the promise!

Sheep: ‘Tis for Babe!

Sheep: It’s for his sake!

Sheep: Maa would’ve wanted it.

Old Ewe: [with other sheep, in unison] Baa-ram-ewe. Baa-ram-ewe. To your breed, your fleece, your clan be true. Sheep be true. Baa-ram-ewe.

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2 Responses to Sheep & “Being True”

  1. Jamie Ray says:

    The last time I held a baby goat, when I got home, Gracie sniffed me all over as if I had lipstick on my collar…lambs and kids are very, very, cute.

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  2. DogDharma says:

    I have never held a baby goat, but I have been chased by 3 large honking geese!! I am sitting here pondering if by “lambs and kids” you meant “lambs and children” or “lambs and baby goats” — the latter, I suppose. 🙂

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