by Jalapenoman on 03/05/11 at 10:44 am
The widowed sheep left behind at the death of Osama Bin Laden say that the Navy SEAL raid on their compound was a “baaaaa’d experience,” From their temporary holding pen at the livestock area of the Pakistan capital, the twelve sheep and two camels opened up to reporters for the first time since the raid.
Dolly, head wife of Osama Bin Laden, said that it was a shock when they first saw the American troops. “Sure, we’ve heard a lot of shooting and gunfire. I mean, we live with terrorists every day. We also see our relatives and sister wives taken out, shot and killed, and then roasted on a daily basis. When the Americans burst into the compound and started firing at our husband and his men, we were amazed. Then, we were forced to identify the body. It was difficult as we usually felt him from behind and rarely saw his face.”
When asked what they would do as soon as they were released from their compound, the women said that they hoped to get a job with Serta mattress company. “Our other alternative is to wind up as a dinner guest of some local, and none of us want that.”
“Some of the local soldiers have been eyeing us rather suggestively, and a few of the younger, prettier girls could actually find a new husband rather quickly. I wish them luck in that, but I’ll take my chances selling mattresses.”
The final count of Osama Bin Laden’s captured and widowed wives took some time. Those men counting the sheep tended to fall asleep during the process and had to start over.