Definitely not a Glasgow kiss, but maybe it’s a Glasgow something else

morning kiss
morning kiss by Magic_moments., on Flickr

Last Friday’s post on headbutting taught me a new expression, the Glasgow kiss.

I’m sure there’s an equally apt description somewhere for sheep kissing.

Dour Scotsman would know it if anyone does, but he seems to have disappeared as of late.

6 thoughts on “Definitely not a Glasgow kiss, but maybe it’s a Glasgow something else

  1. Goats are ‘moody’ at thier best, but this picture is a joy… the Scottie must have been so good natured. 🙂

  2. When we first received our Fiona, she loved to walk across the road and eat grass with CiCi, our neighbor’s horse. Fiona always wanted to “touch” CiCi, but the horse was a little skittish of other animals.After about a week of visiting, Fiona stuck her nose through the fence again and CiCi bent down and allowed the pup to kiss her. Fiona was so excited she did a “happy dance” because the horse accepted her kiss. That was a year ago when she was four months old. Fiona is 14 months now. She doesn’t visit as much now, but they are still friends.

  3. Heh, heh. Yes it’s true, I thought that was a sheep. What can I say? I’m a city girl.

    Once when I lived in Germany, I disgraced myself by saying, “That’s a good-looking duck,” to a zookeeper. It was a Canada Goose.

  4. Aww this is cute! I thought it was a sheep too… oh well. Teagan used to visit some horses (the other side of the fence) – no kissing though.

    Yeah what has happened to Dour Scotsman? I’m not sure everyone appreciated his sense of humor when he briefly filled in, but …? :-/

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