‘Bring your pet to work day’ at GoDaddy goes awry

A crazy llama brought GoDaddy down.

Currently, thousands of GoDaddy servers and web sites around the globe are down, after a system failure affected the DNS of the biggest domain registrar in the world.

Initially, GoDaddy blamed the situation to a lack of an IP certificate renewal, the truth, however, is far from that.

Today Monday, GoDaddy launched its 2nd annual “Bring your pet to GoDaddy” day; a special event that Bob Parsons established in response to the backlash from the elephant shooting incident.

“Some dumbass employee brought their pet llama to work, and it started kicking and spitting on the servers,” said Frank Blast of GoDaddy.

“I would have shot the bitch on the spot but it kept spitting on me. Finally, Bob himself shot it in the head with with a Remington 700 from across the room!” exclaimed Blast.

There are thousands of web sites currently affected by this GoDaddy downtime; a handful of domain bloggers loyal to GoDaddy will hopefully abandon ship after this is resolved.


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5 Responses to “‘Bring your pet to work day’ at GoDaddy goes awry”
  1. .pH says:

    You know, those alpacas have some nasty spit! I guess “cud” is the proper word for it. My wife (at the time fiance) and one of her friends was spit on repeatedly by a female pregnant llama. I guess she had a thing against women. I was laughing my ass off…until the llama charged her and knocked her down.

    Those alpacas make nice through rugs and accent pieces.

  2. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    .pH – Do you think PETA will complain again now that Bob killed the lama?

  3. .pH says:

    WTF??? Guess GD fried my wires…spelled “throw” as t-h-r-o-u-g-h. Wanted to spell “spelled” as s-p-e-l-t.

    Screw it. I’m going back to bed.

  4. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    .pH – It’s either dementia or dyslexia. One is Latin, the other is Greek. Choose your poison!

  5. Jordan says:

    where’s the like button?

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