How, exactly, is the man in the red shirt, pulling or pushing the cow......?
Photo: Rotary Annie on the moooove
Submitted by Howard Owens on September 30, 2013 - 8:36pm
We are told that Rotary Annie is typically delivered to the unsuspecting victim in stealth, but Ray Shirtz and Ed Leising were caught in the act -- dropping off the sacred cow at Seymore Place/GO ART! early this evening.
Our highly confidential source informs us that since GO ART! is host to Rotary meetings, it's unlikely anybody in the building is facing a fine for having the cow on display.
Typically, the fine for a Rotary member who gets the cow is $60, though it's possible to purchase insurance for $30.
There should probably be some fine for getting your picture on The Batavian moving the cow.
Richard: Clearly, at the exact moment that picture was taken, the man in the red shirt was merely checking the cow for hay-muh-roids.
bad jokes shouldn't get thumbs down...groans are fine though.
Richard, I think his pulling the cow by the tail.
CUD we just stop now?
These comments are udderly inane.
Very Mooving Jason
I agree with Mardell. These puns could go on forheifer & heifer.
My sides hurt so hard from laughing at these puns I may need to be carried out on a Guernsey.
I must go now. Quit milking this. I heifer splitting headache!
The cow is clearly being pulled by its dairy air.
GOOD ONE, Jason! But, don't light any matches around the cow barn. It's 'dairy air' could prove to be explosive. That's how 'sh@t on a shingle' got its name.
I have not herd that before. This is quite a tail.
Did they move the cow with a truck or did they just hoof it?
Hoofing it or not, this was a well-done, steaked out plan.