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Rafagon

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No, I did not know that goats can do this, and without this knowledge, yes, it did bother me that much. A hand flashes by quickly in the beginning of the loop and I thought the person had forced its head into that position. Thank you for the info ...

I'm not so sure if it's all goats that can do this, or perhaps just this particular goat. If it's a common, everyday thing for all goats, it might not have made the news like it seems to have done...

http://metro.co.uk/2014/10/24/this-goat-is-definitely-possessed-by-the-devil-4920625/
http://www.thetrentonline.com/funny-video-shows-goat-turning-head-360-degrees/

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Rafagon

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If we are telling someone that we searched (past tense) for something using the Google search engine, it is common to say "I Googled it."

But what if twenty years from now, Google, Yahoo, and Bing are all history, and DuckDuckGo becomes the only search engine to survive the search engine wars?

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If we then tell someone that we searched (past tense) for something using the DuckDuckGo search engine, would we say, "IDuckDuckWent it."?
 

Ledsteplin

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If we are telling someone that we searched (past tense) for something using the Google search engine, it is common to say "I Googled it."

But what if twenty years from now, Google, Yahoo, and Bing are all history, and DuckDuckGo becomes the only search engine to survive the search engine wars?


If we then tell someone that we searched (past tense) for something using the DuckDuckGo search engine, would we say, "IDuckDuckWent it."?
No, we say, "I ducked it up!". :D


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