ok, so....im getting wierded out now..once, my sister in law went to a petting zoo and the goats were..well..umm..ready females? and they attacked in a way that she still wont talk about it to this day. The zoo had to be shut donw. It was bizzare...
You just know I'm gonna have to try and find that first film to watch now, I've not heard of it before, and my reasons for wanting to watch it have absolutely nothing to do with the Japanese school girl uniform what-so-ever.
yes, iIwould like to be a goat. No more washing dishes!! and I think fainting is most likely so startling to the attacker (not human) that they dont know what to do and most likely go away...like salamanders loosing thier tails? maybe?
Even though ducks are vicious creatures, I'd choose 1 horse-size duck over 10 duck-size horses. Those tiny horses could get together and plot against you. I just imagine being surrounded with nowhere to run. Plus, horses are pretty fast.
I'd tame the duck and make it fly me around like Falkor from The Neverending Story.
I didn't answer the queshing! I would love it if 30 duck-sized horses would attack - I would be ready with handfuls of granola, which they would love, then I would train them and for awhile I would have a travelling tiny horse show - later, in a few years, when I retire I would sell them for lots of money - oh and they would breed like rabbits so I would have about 3,000 tiny horses to sell! Yippee! EEEEEhaaah!
tiny horses attacking is much cooler than the hubber attack that is about to occur over there in "What writer makes you laugh!" hahaha! Ever been attacked by 30 tiny hubbers? it wouldn't be pretty, huh.
My tiny horses would never go into the glue - we would have tiny memorial services, they would be cremated, and we would scatter their ashes over the oat fields! Glue of the future won't be made from bones anymore anyway. I know, you just wanted to suggest a way to recycle and make more money, but there has to be a limit to capitalism - my friends, the tiny horses are not going to be made into glue, buster!