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Baa, baa, gray car, have you any wool?

It's a bit hard to tell from the photo, but Dendanator assures us that, yes, an old lady was driving down Rte. 2 this morning in a car full of live sheep.

Earlier:
Turkey in a car on I-95.

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Were you expecting the sheep to be driving her?

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I expect the sheep to be wandering around the roadway, with the rest of the wool-addled pedestrians.

Also, this is MA - if the sheep can parallel park, they get a license for life that won't ever be taken away for any reason other than an unpaid parking ticket.

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and keep up on their child support payments as well.

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Nice made-up phrase, "wool-addled", seems like you were trying for some cross between "wool-gathering" and "addled" and didn't quite make it.

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My only issue with this is the "old lady" part. Surprised with all the pc today, women still get labeled as such. Maybe because I'm getting up there myself, but is it necessary?

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">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8bqQ-C1PSE[/youtube]

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She's wearing a Mother Goose/Bo Peep hat in a car full of sheep, so she gets called "old lady" like a nursery rhyme character who swallowed a fly.

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Breaking Baaaaaad!

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and i was really looking forward to satisfying my daily need for absurdity, but the photo is a tad pointless.

it might as well be a subaru full of stuffed animals, fluffy comforters, or dryer lint.

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she got them in there.

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You can only fit one cow in your car versus a whole flock of sheep:

">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WK9CDenuuf8[/youtube]

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thank you I'll be here all week. try the mutton.

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