Farm resident Jamison forwarded me this all-too-accurate comical description of the hidden side of living on a farm, especially with animals involved. From one of the most revered and accurate news sources on the planet, CRACKED.
Of course, we love and treat our animals like family here, but also love the inherent comical side for them too. Watching sheep ride each other while being herded or a cattle egret take a dump on a donkey's back must have been part of the selective breeding process gifted from our forward-looking ancestors. After all, what is life without laughter? We send thanks to the animals for cracking us up, and lightening the stress of farming!
read the 6 things here (caution, sudden explicit language involved, something no one tells you about)