Cooper's Goat

"During the Second World War, Diana Cooper ran a smallholding at hercottage near Bognor, bustling about cheerfully among the muck-heapsand butter churns. When some ARP workers who were sleeping in oneof the outbuildings protested at the smell of the goat, she replied with typical aplomb that the goat had, only that morning, made the same complaint about the ARP workers."
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