Yesterday’s photo of the gate had an image of a goat which ended up reminding me of the above photo I took during the Photo Walk (at Haymarket). For some reason this sign just struck me as…interesting. There’s not much to this image but I found the red lettering and red pipes visually grabbed my eye’s attention. And, who knew you could purchase a whole or half a goat in the city?!
How gruesome! The red lettering and metal definitely suits the sign!
What do you call an unemployed goat?
What do you call a goat at sea?
What do you call an outlaw goat?
Billy the kid.
What do you call a goat that lip syncs?
But I have no idea what you call a half of goat. 😉
LOL Jack! That’s funny! Steffen’s friend, Hadji, who lives in Cyprus LOVES curried goat. I tasted it once – sort of like lamb, but tougher. It’s also big thing in the Jamaican culture.
Jack, I wish I had had your comment as my blog posting. Very funny! Maybe I could have said a half a goat’s not baahhd- oh, wait I think that’s a sheep.
I love a post that elicits a response… and this one made me cringe and sort of laugh at the same time!