He doesn't have a clue. . smoked: execked in the fur as their slaughtered brethren u have s fundamental misunderstanding sf i.. ' h' yarn is made 121. 030. wool is from sheep and those are goats He doesn't have a clue smoked: execked in the fur as their slaughtered brethren u s fundamental misunderstanding sf i ' h' yarn is made 121 030 wool from sheep and those are goats
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
User avatar #2 - anonemous
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(01/08/2014) [-]
wool is from sheep and those are goats
User avatar #10 to #2 - everheat
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Gee, thanks for the clear up.
User avatar #19 to #2 - alhemicar
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Actually, goats have wool too.
User avatar #20 to #19 - anonemous
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cashmere goats are pretty much the only goats that wool is used from, these are not cashmere goats
#91 to #20 - anon id: abda2c19
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angora goats are also famous for wool
User avatar #21 to #20 - alhemicar
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Nope, standard goats can be used to, but their wool is very, very itchy so that's why you'll rarely see clothes made of goat wool being sold, but they're still popular among farmers, peasants etc.
User avatar #22 to #21 - anonemous
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that's my point
User avatar #23 to #22 - alhemicar
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but you practically said wool can't be made from goats

wich I must note, is not true. (Who da fuq would make their animals sheep-wool pullovers if they can make it with cheaper goat wool)
User avatar #24 to #23 - anonemous
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wool can also come from alpaca's and llamas, where I come from in western Canuckistan, if you were to go on a quest for wool, the majority found would come from sheep
User avatar #25 to #24 - alhemicar
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It can also come from testicles
#29 to #25 - oxymoronking
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not shure if kidding or serious
User avatar #31 to #29 - alhemicar
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kidding, but I wouldn't be surprised if you could actually do it
this is the 202th decade after all
User avatar #6 to #2 - batmanisarabbit
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you van use wool from goat's to it has a different texture.
User avatar #4 to #2 - christmouth
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And you also don't slaughter the sheep for the wool.
#112 to #4 - anon id: 074cad91
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(01/09/2014) [-]
In minecraft you can.
#99 to #4 - anon id: d12001f7
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(01/09/2014) [-]
that's what the government wants you to think
#13 to #4 - anon id: 0564637f
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(01/09/2014) [-]
>minecraft logic
>minecraft logic
User avatar #46 to #13 - coolcalx
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... you don't kill them in minecraft, you use shears
#48 to #46 - anon id: b2b0cd2b
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You still get wool if you kill them
User avatar #49 to #48 - coolcalx
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you would still get wool if you killed a real sheep too..
#51 to #49 - bann
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back in the day you had to kill them, no shears.
User avatar #52 to #51 - coolcalx
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like beta version? how long ago?

I've always had shears
#54 to #52 - bann
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Somewhere in beta, don't let my name color fool yea, I started back in alpha when the game was $5. It was kinda gruesome, you had to slaughter the ******* for wool. Also no breeding, so you may as well kill everything you saw.
#56 to #54 - coolcalx
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#58 to #56 - bann
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Also what you see here...it happened and would burn until you ran out of trees, too fast to stop the spread

www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/1688576/minecraft
User avatar #94 to #56 - psykobear
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They also dropped 1-3 wool when you killed them. Basically the same as shearing them nowadays, but it was more common to get a low drop back then.
#85 to #56 - anon id: 55e28aaf
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Dont let him fool you... You only had to punch the sheep for wool, you didn't need to kill them. In fact killing them was counter productive.
#57 to #56 - bann
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Mhm, creeper also used to explode much louder, different sound

www.youtube.com/watch?v=7APK1mtu89Y
#67 to #52 - wadawada
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He's a dumb one, you didnt have to kill the sheep, just punch it.
User avatar #14 to #13 - christmouth
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It's still true.
#11 to #4 - anon id: 35af59a5
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not with that attitude
#59 to #11 - anon id: ba656132
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not since the accident
#16 - thechosentroll
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I feel like most comments like these are made by 15-20-yearold girls, who have never seen a farm animal in real life, let alone been on a farm. When you put it in perspective, it's almost understandable that these people are such ******** - no one's educated them on how not to be ********.
#35 to #16 - lewisrobilliard **User deleted account**
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+1 for using proper grammar
always remember to never split infinitives
User avatar #39 to #35 - snipys
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Splitting infinitives in English is okay. The only reason there are people who complain is because in other languages the infinitive is one word and cannot be split.
User avatar #41 to #35 - createdjustnow
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a teacher asks two students, jimmy and john, to write out a proper sentence to describe a man that previously ate ice cream.
jimmy said "the man had ice cream." the teacher said this was wrong.
John said "the man had had ice cream"
John, where jimmy had had "had," had had "had had." had had, had had a better effect on the teacher.

yay proper word usage this was a bitch to type
#18 to #16 - anon id: fcb83c6d
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Apparently no one taught you how not to be a judgmental ******* either.
User avatar #27 to #18 - Encarna
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It's not being judgemental, just observant. It is apparent that psyducked had absolutely no ******* idea how sheep (or goats if they decided to) are sheared. This is consistent with many other posts like this one, professing knowledge on a particular subject while being completely ignorant in it.
#66 to #16 - yuukoku
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I'm in Texas where we pass by farm animals every day on our way to school and many girls STILL make comments like this.   
   
"Where does a cow's milk come from?"   
   
"YOU'RE SEVENTEEN ******* YEARS OLD AND YOU SEE COWS EVERY GOD DAMNED DAY!"
I'm in Texas where we pass by farm animals every day on our way to school and many girls STILL make comments like this.

"Where does a cow's milk come from?"

"YOU'RE SEVENTEEN ******* YEARS OLD AND YOU SEE COWS EVERY GOD DAMNED DAY!"
#87 to #16 - incoming
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Still seems kind of ridiculous not to know, I mean hell there's a ******* nursery rhyme that could clarify some things in this particular situation. "Bah Bah black sheep have you any wool?..." Pic related I tried to google a picture of black sheep, mostly harmless but some of it was....well...I'm sure you'll look anyway.
User avatar #109 to #16 - esspur
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or the comment was sarcastic.
User avatar #127 to #109 - thechosentroll
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That's not how sarcasm works.
#81 to #16 - manager
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I worked on a kids farm. I can't begin to tell you stories of not the kids, but the parents and their unbelievable ignorance of the simplest of farm animal knowledge.

I once watched as some parents were telling their kids to go pet the baby cows. They were pointing to some very woolly, black and white Jacob sheep.

Another time a parent asked me how old one of our Shetland Ponies was. They were confused when I told him that he was 28 years old and wanted to know why he didn't grow up to be normal horse sized.
User avatar #28 to #16 - stifflimb
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I never learned that wool comes from trimming sheeps by seeing it real life, thats something you just learn by, tv, books, comics, internet, parent or friends, kinda like sex, this level of ignorance is about the same as claiming we slaughter cows in order to milk them!
User avatar #5 - Snookbone
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How do people still not know that sheep are just sheared and not killed for their wool?
User avatar #50 to #5 - hokeymon
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Never been to a farm. Generation of Ipod users.
User avatar #60 to #5 - Rei
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Peta keep spreading the ******** that we slaughter sheep for wool.
User avatar #117 to #5 - lolzordz
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"still not know"

we always knew. Its new age kids who never been to the farm and dont know their burgers are made from cows
User avatar #122 to #117 - Snookbone
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Yeah, probably should have reworded it to be honest. I just dread to think how many young people are confused about seeing a picture of a chicken on a box of eggs for example. I'm nowhere near a rural person but I thought this was common knowledge...
User avatar #125 to #122 - lolzordz
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my uncle lets his iPad 'babysit' his child. Things like this leave a child not knowing much about the real world.. it's unfortunate. Then again, my uncle (and his wife) only do that because they're so pressured for time to make enough money to maintain the family.. who's to blame in the end of everything?!
User avatar #126 to #125 - Snookbone
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That's very sad, because an iPad is just one of the many devices we have which can open the gateway to everything we know! Some fun educational apps could really make a difference.
User avatar #44 to #5 - mangostormlegend
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Never underestimate human stupidity
User avatar #15 to #5 - thechosentroll
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Because some people still think that cheese is made by killing a cow and letting it rot in the sun or some ****.
User avatar #88 to #15 - mutantunicorn
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hackel
User avatar #32 to #5 - payseht
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old school minecraft players
User avatar #17 - solareyes
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Cute kids you got there
User avatar #1 - rikter
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It'd be bloody foolish to kill them for the wool. if they're alive, they make more wool. WoolWoolWool.
User avatar #61 to #1 - steelwoolsheep
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You summoned me?
User avatar #84 to #61 - rikter
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Pretty sure I didn't.
User avatar #129 to #84 - steelwoolsheep
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well, someone called and said they wanted to get torn up, and im not leaving without getting my payment.
User avatar #130 to #129 - rikter
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Do you also hear the madness whisper?
#30 - owmyballs
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Comment Picture
User avatar #82 - haydenmonty
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"Ewe dont know anything."
#63 - tapeworms
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****, that's cute.
#9 - include
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Giving the term Wool in sheeps clothing.   
   
 Or something like that, I'm not good with metaphors.
Giving the term Wool in sheeps clothing.

Or something like that, I'm not good with metaphors.
User avatar #33 to #9 - thehonorwolf
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You were close, it's wolf in sheep's clothing.
User avatar #34 to #33 - include
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Ah, that's the one. Thanks mate.
#42 - yodaddysofat
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goat/sheep thread?
goat/sheep thread?
#77 to #42 - volksworgen
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Holy **** that billy could be a ******* olympic athlete.
#95 to #42 - fagnut
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Comment Picture
#90 to #42 - willindor
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#119 to #42 - meuk
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ladder goat inbound
ladder goat inbound
User avatar #43 to #42 - nucularwar
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I love goats
#113 to #43 - anon id: f569ecad
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**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #39 at #14 is ma favvv ** goatse
#80 to #42 - xgreenmaidenx
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It's not fun but i took the picture by myself on my Grandpas sheep farm.