tagged Y

Every Tuesday, step by step, I’m walking with my readers from A to Z, last week we had “X” (visit tagged X), so this week we have “Y” – I’m sure you’ll find a story or a short reflection tagged with “Y”! Feel free to add in the comments below the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “Y”!!! Myself I’ll feature “Y” for exploring the term YELLING:

YELLING

Goats are very clever. They even are able to imitate human voices – watch the youtube video featuring goats yelling like humans (the last goat statement is the best):

why learn LANGUAGES, if you can have success without any translation? That’s the reason why I make music with my kazoo in mouth…

comment by Sophia Nel (below): “…The goats must have human DNA for sure…” – frizz feedback: or we have theirs, Sophia!

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39 responses to “tagged Y

  1. I had no idea goats could do this! How funny. 🙂
    Lisa

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  2. You’re kidding me, right? I think I draw the line at goat back talk!
    Hysterical!

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  3. vastlycurious.com

    Must it be a story or reflection? How about a nice photo Frizz?

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  4. Hi Frizz! Here’s my Y photo from Yosemite 🙂
    http://gatheringbooks.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/photo-journal-a-z-photo-challenge-y-is-for-yosemite/
    I enjoyed that ‘yelling’ videoclip. 🙂

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  5. Oh my is this real? its hilarious 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  6. Very funny! Thank you!

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  7. Yelling like goats…this could be a self-help strategy. They do seem to be getting a lot off their chests with every yell. In Africa we used to grunt like wildebeest because it made us laugh.

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  8. Ja ja ja….Yes…The last one is too good…Ja ja ja….But all of them I love! Now my post is too serious…Thanks for sharing!!!!
    http://ilargia64.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/yellow-curves/
    Have a great day Frizz!

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  9. Sonel

    They must have human DNA for sure..heheheh. Lovely video and thanks for the smile. 😀

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  10. Y o Y is our internet so hopeless these last weeks?
    We have terrible slow internet these last week or 2. Mak

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  11. Amy

    This is so funny 🙂 The brown one was so rude… 🙂 Thank you, Frizz!

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  12. Hahaha This is so funny! Frizz, I remember that when I was a little child, I went with my family, including my grandparents, to a picnic where suddenly a herd of goats appeared, and my grandfather told us to quiclky get inside the wolkswagen van that my parents had. While we were inside I saw how the goats were eating all of our food while they were passing by. Including unopened cans and fabric napkins like if they were living-vacuums forming a tornado! Of course that was the end of the picnic hahaha

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  13. VERY FUNNY! 🙂

    Here is my entry: http://wp.me/p23TG1-2Qw

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  14. Enjoyed this one very much – funny video.
    Here’s my attempt for the challenge.
    Isadora http://insidethemindofisadora.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/mellow-yellow/

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  15. Took me 45 minutes to find a Y …….Why? Too many photos!

    http://wp.me/a2dwKf-Lw

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  16. Wow, this was not a wealth of photos I had with Y. But here we go http://angelinem.wordpress.com/2013/06/18/the-letter-y/

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    • nice intro: YOUTH =
      “…That phase seemed a lifetime ago.
      Yet it had beautiful memories
      I can go back to and
      enjoy reminiscing about…”
      – so we feel too,
      especially when looking into
      a mirror, a true reality check…

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  17. Yikes! That goat again! I Can’t Give You Anything But Loves is such a fine song. The kazoo frees you up on the guitar.

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    • hi Pat,
      thank you for: “…Somewhere in our 40′s we realize that we have more yesterdays than we have tomorrows. We shift from thinking about how long we have been alive to wondering how long we have to live. We begin to wonder if time is running out…”

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  18. I did my own share of yelling this morning so here is something a little softer! Please have a look at
    http://acrossthebored.com/2013/06/21/story-challenge-tagged-y/

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  19. Amy

    Hi Frizz, Here is my entry: http://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2013/06/21/tagged-y-yuyan-garden/
    Thank you! Have a wonderful weekend 🙂

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    • hi Amy, “Pan’s wife cleverly and quickly ordered a workman to remove two claws of each of the dragons. Because the Emperor’s dragon had five claws, Pan was able to explain that his three-claw dragons would always be the follower of the Emperor’s dragon…” – the way my wife often tried to rescue me – whereas I tried to find a seven claws version…

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  20. hi frizz, i hope you’re having a nice day. i’m sooo late for the tagged Y challenge.. here’s my entry and catching up with tagged Z later.. http://starlight427.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/tagged-y-yellow-yellowbells/

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