Maybe her outbursts were just sincere expressions of irrepressible joy for having the good fortune to call these green acres home. After all, she had been rescued from the clutches of a slaughterhouse.
Or maybe her inner workings would always be a mystery to everyone but herself.
There was even some concern on the farm about introducing Rapunzel to the other animals.
"We figured she wanted to be social with everybody but we weren't sure what her real intentions were with chasing," Mary Beth explains. "It turns out she likes to be the boss."
Well, that is until a little goat named Luna came along.
One day, Luna managed to slip out of her pen.
"She's always been so brave and looking for adventure," Mary Beth says. "She just jumped through a small little window between the two sheep pens. We didn't think that was possible."
Not long after that, she was found in the last place anyone expected to see her.
On Rapunzel's back.