I can’t stop using this expression. It is so much fun. I first heard it as “Totes ma goats, it’s cray-cray adorbs” in this Sprint commercial with James Earl Jones and Malcolm McDowell speaking like teenage girls.
According to Urban Dictionary, totes ma goats is “slang for totally, used between full grown men in a bro-mantic relationship, to convey their excitement to a suggestion. Made popular by Paul Rudd’s character in I Love You, Man.” I have a not-so-secret crush on Paul Rudd, but for some reason I never saw this movie. (An error I will soon remedy.) Here’s the scene:
Isn’t Paul the cutest? Like “hottie MacHotterson” cute?
Anyway, so this is really just a long-winded way of saying I kind of wrote about goats today at See Jane Publish. Although, these GOATs have to do with Goals, Objectives, Assignments and Tasks and how to use them to plan writing goals. If you want to learn a quick and easy way to break large goals into manageable objectives, head on over to GOATs 101. The post includes charts and lots of pictures of horned animals.