How would you like to show your love for that special someone by giving them a picture of you kissing a goat for Valentine's Day, since they are the Greatest of All Time? Or show that former special someone what a jerk they are by giving them a picture of you kissing an ass?

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Smiling Hill Farms in Westbrook is holding a "Kiss My Goat or Kiss My A--" Valentine's event on Sunday, February 4, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Two miniature donkeys named Mr. Pickles and Dill, as well as several goats, will be there for you to take photos with. You make the choice. Pictures with the goats because your Valentine is the Greatest Of All Time, or with the donkeys because that former Valentine is, well, you know. The goats who will pose for pictures will be selected the day of the event, so we don't know their names yet. Maybe it will be Lillebelle.

Smiling Hill Farms wants every to know this is just for fun. Kiss my a-- is a pun for their miniature donkeys, and is not meant to be offensive. This is a fun event that lets you enjoy the animals who are ready to be hugged, kissed, or pose for selfies.

The event is free, but donations are encouraged and appreciated. Make sure you dress warm and don't mind smelling like a farm animal when it's time to go home. It's a rain-or-shine event, but be prepared to wait outside if the lines are long.

After you have your picture, grab some ice cream or lunch at the ice cream barn from 10 to 6, with lunch served from 11 to 3. Get more info at Smiling Hill Farm's Facebook page.

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