|I would do it in a boat,
I would do it with a
|Shall I compare thee
to a summer's day?
It has been noted that the Yak platformed to replace the goat in the now famous political appeal "yakkity yak, don't talk back", clearly a challenge to goats everywhere, to shape up or get out of politics.
"Yak" is also the sound you make when you chuck your Cheerios. In the timeless classic roguelike game Nethack, eating tripe causes the game to tell you: "Yak -- dog food!".
The 1958 song Yakkity-yak by The Coasters may or may not relate to what consenting yaks do in private.
Boots Randolph's tune Yakety Sax (heard often on the Benny Hill Show) is probably not inspired by the Tibetan yak. Probably.