A Simple Concept

It should be a simple concept.  If it’s that hard to put your head through, you’ll never get it out.

For some reason, Miranda just can’t figure that out.

Linking to You Capture where the week’s theme is Simplicity.  I’m also linking to Take Your Best Shot.

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28 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. TexWisGirl
    May 07, 2012 @ 19:28:58

    she’s having a blond moment. (sorry! couldn’t resist!)

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  2. Alica
    May 07, 2012 @ 19:46:35

    I guess the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence!

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  3. Barbara F.
    May 07, 2012 @ 20:07:54

    Poor baby! You have your work “cut out” for you here!! xo

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  4. Pat
    May 07, 2012 @ 22:59:19

    He looks rather resigned to the situation.

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  5. Pondside
    May 07, 2012 @ 23:05:50

    I guess it’s a reeeeeally hard concept!

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  6. Roan
    May 08, 2012 @ 05:17:51

    Poor fella. He seems awfully relaxed about the situation.

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  7. Heather
    May 08, 2012 @ 09:48:18

    This is such a funny shot! How many times a day do you come out to see this?! Silly goat!

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    • Teresa
      May 08, 2012 @ 10:00:46

      Yesterday and the day before it was 3. My mom is checking him part way through the day, so he isn’t stuck for hours. I really hope he figures this out soon.

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  8. Stacia
    May 08, 2012 @ 11:45:36

    Poor Miranda.Guess it’s true what they say about a round peg (head) not fitting in a square hole!

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  9. Marigold and the Goatmother
    May 08, 2012 @ 17:08:32

    Are you sure she is not an Alpine. This looks lot like Ella. The only difference is that Ella is big enough to take the fence with her when she tries to exit. How did you get her out???

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  10. Candy C.
    May 08, 2012 @ 17:31:45

    A sight I have seen on too many occasions! ;)

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  11. jdaniel4smom
    May 08, 2012 @ 18:55:26

    I have heard that children can make this mistake too. Thankfully JDaniel hasn’t tried it yet.

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  12. Stillmary
    May 08, 2012 @ 23:42:02

    It does seem simple enough. Such an interesting shot and story!

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  13. Texan
    May 09, 2012 @ 09:54:41

    How many times have I seen this LOL… and some of them will do it over and over and over and over ROFL. They never learn, oh ya if I do this I will have to wait on the human to come cut me out of the fence! LOL

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    • Teresa
      May 09, 2012 @ 10:08:13

      That’s where Miranda is at, but he doesn’t like me getting him unstuck. He’s starting to lose the fur on his ears. I might have to try duct taping something across his horns if he doesn’t figure it out.

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