We all remember the giddily romantic tale from two years ago of Mr Charles Tombe, the Sudanese man who was forced by village elders to marry a goat after they caught him drunkenly having sex with it.
Attentive followers of internet tales of goat-love will also recall that, tragically, the goat died in May 2007, leaving Mr Tombe as Sudan's - nay, the world's - most famous goat-widower.
Luckily for Mr Tombe, a firm is now trying to brighten up the goat side of his life once more, as they're trying to track him down and give him a replacement goat.
The goat matchmaking service is being carried out by www.buzzmygoat.com, which is a new comedy mobile messaging service. Selflessly, they're offering up one of their corporate mascots as Mr Tombe's new bride.
The goat in question is named Daisy (a devestatingly original name for a goat) and is a British Toggenburg (which is a type of goat).
British Toggenburgs have 'excellent longevity', according to the British Toggenburg Society's website, so if the matchmaking is successful, Mr Tombe should have many years of goat bliss ahead of him.
Of course, the main problem with the plan is finding Mr Tombe, who perhaps understandably has not exactly been revelling in his goat-fame.
To those ends, the comedy-on-your-mobile people have been round to the Sudanese embassy to see if they can help. If you'd like to see how they got on, you can watch the video here.
Of course, we eagerly await the day you can download an actual goat bride via your mobile phone. Then, and only then, will technology have finally fulfilled its potential. It'd be well weapon.