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    Looks familiar!!L.T. to blame??

    Is that a baa-cket on your head? Bungling sheep tries to get every last grain from its food container
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    Last updated at 12:42 AM on 13th August 2011


    This woolly wally probably felt rather sheepish... after getting a feed bucket stuck on his head.
    The bungling animal ended up in the sticky situation as he tried to gobble up every last grain of food left in the container.
    As he tilted the bucket up, the handle came down behind his head, wedging it firmly in place.



    Feeling a bit sheepish: This woolly headed sheep got his head stuck in its feed bucket in a field near Berwick Upon Tweed, Scotland
    Photographer Phil McLean took the amusing snap as he passed this field near Berwick Upon Tweed, Scotland.
    The 55-year-old, from Chirnside, said: ‘I had been looking for wildlife to photograph from my car when I spotted this sheep.
    ‘I can only assume that, in its eagerness to get the last drop of food, it tilted the bucket too much and the handle got stuck behind its head.


    ‘I watched it for a little while and it didn't seem too bothered.
    ‘There was a farmer on a quad bike in the field so I'm sure he would have come to the rescue.’
    He added: ‘I thought this scene was a little different and would probably raise a smile on people's faces.’


    Read more: The woolly headed sheep that got stuck in a feed bucket | Mail Online

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    Quote Originally Posted by crippen View Post
    Is that a baa-cket on your head? Bungling sheep tries to get every last grain from its food container
    By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
    Last updated at 12:42 AM on 13th August 2011


    This woolly wally probably felt rather sheepish... after getting a feed bucket stuck on his head.
    The bungling animal ended up in the sticky situation as he tried to gobble up every last grain of food left in the container.
    As he tilted the bucket up, the handle came down behind his head, wedging it firmly in place.



    Feeling a bit sheepish: This woolly headed sheep got his head stuck in its feed bucket in a field near Berwick Upon Tweed, Scotland
    Photographer Phil McLean took the amusing snap as he passed this field near Berwick Upon Tweed, Scotland.
    The 55-year-old, from Chirnside, said: ‘I had been looking for wildlife to photograph from my car when I spotted this sheep.
    ‘I can only assume that, in its eagerness to get the last drop of food, it tilted the bucket too much and the handle got stuck behind its head.


    ‘I watched it for a little while and it didn't seem too bothered.
    ‘There was a farmer on a quad bike in the field so I'm sure he would have come to the rescue.’
    He added: ‘I thought this scene was a little different and would probably raise a smile on people's faces.’


    Read more: The woolly headed sheep that got stuck in a feed bucket | Mail Online
    common practise amongst ozzies to pull a bucket over a sheep's face before they shag it...
    much the same as one would pull a pillowcase over an ugly chick's head before shagging her.

    i'd say that sheep is fukt!

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    Edit: ^You beat me to it.

    Quote Originally Posted by crippen
    ‘I can only assume that, in its eagerness to get the last drop of food, it tilted the bucket too much and the handle got stuck behind its head.
    Either that or there was a New Zealander in the area who found this one less attractive that the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crippen View Post
    As he tilted the bucket up, the handle came down behind his head, wedging it firmly in place.




    ‘I can only assume that, in its eagerness to get the last drop of food, it tilted the bucket too much and the handle got stuck behind its head.

    And yet the handle is clearly on display not behind it's head.

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    Looking at the amount of wool on it, it needs sharing. FP has already claimed first go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by crippen View Post
    As he tilted the bucket up, the handle came down behind his head, wedging it firmly in place.




    ‘I can only assume that, in its eagerness to get the last drop of food, it tilted the bucket too much and the handle got stuck behind its head.

    And yet the handle is clearly on display not behind it's head.
    yep.
    hadn't noticed that.
    seems fp was right after all:
    it must have been a newzealander that shagged it:
    they put the handle in front so that they can pull on the handle to choke the sheep at the desired moment to get it's rear end to tighten up. (real sex connoiseurs, those newzealanders!)

    aussies never figured that out.. or they just don't give a shit!
    brrrzzzzt, brrrzzzt!
    beep!. ting, ting
    redirecting, please be patient..........:

    hello, insect!
    brrrzzzt, brrrzzzt..................

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    Thats a Welsh gimp mask.

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    That's not one of mine,.......................... I mean the bucket.

    Quite a nice fashion accessory.

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    Its always nice to see a picture of a TD member,shame LT is a bit shy,i wonder if he was made to take the bucket off for his passport photo.

    Best call the vet,look a bit lame in one of the back legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crippen View Post
    Is that a baa-cket on your head? Bungling sheep tries to get every last grain from its food container
    By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
    Last updated at 12:42 AM on 13th August 2011


    This woolly wally probably felt rather sheepish... after getting a feed bucket stuck on his head.
    The bungling animal ended up in the sticky situation as he tried to gobble up every last grain of food left in the container.
    As he tilted the bucket up, the handle came down behind his head, wedging it firmly in place.



    Feeling a bit sheepish: This woolly headed sheep got his head stuck in its feed bucket in a field near Berwick Upon Tweed, Scotland
    Photographer Phil McLean took the amusing snap as he passed this field near Berwick Upon Tweed, Scotland.
    The 55-year-old, from Chirnside, said: ‘I had been looking for wildlife to photograph from my car when I spotted this sheep.
    ‘I can only assume that, in its eagerness to get the last drop of food, it tilted the bucket too much and the handle got stuck behind its head.


    ‘I watched it for a little while and it didn't seem too bothered.
    ‘There was a farmer on a quad bike in the field so I'm sure he would have come to the rescue.’
    He added: ‘I thought this scene was a little different and would probably raise a smile on people's faces.’


    Read more: The woolly headed sheep that got stuck in a feed bucket | Mail Online
    Better known as a Welsh entertainment centre,

    Doesn't want to be recognised by its ex- punters off here.

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    Here's a few more potential beastiality victims.




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