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12th Jun 2005, 21:09   | tags:

Steve says:

Now the big cow is near..... and the little cow is far away...

12th Jun 2005, 22:49

Helen says:


12th Jun 2005, 22:54

Steve says:

Father Ted, speaking to Dougal in a Caravan.

12th Jun 2005, 23:50

Helen says:

I was being Dougal.

12th Jun 2005, 23:59

Steve says:

I am so sorry, was that a touch Patronising? (spelt badly perhaps)

13th Jun 2005, 00:00

Helen says:

I'll get over it.

13th Jun 2005, 00:05

Steve says:

I hope so

13th Jun 2005, 00:07

crickson says:

Cows still scare me.

13th Jun 2005, 11:54

Helen says:

They terrify me too.

13th Jun 2005, 12:21

crickson says:

We should form a support group.

13th Jun 2005, 14:14

Helen says:

I am mostly over my fear of sheep. So there is hope.

Livestock fear don't half make living in the Dales a bit difficult.

13th Jun 2005, 14:30

Groovicron says:

I'm not normally scared of cows but looking at that photo I can't help but think...

"The filthy bovine, it plans."

13th Jun 2005, 15:29

Joe says:

how now.....etc.

13th Jun 2005, 15:31

Helen says:

Oh no, that cow was quite stupid.

That's what worries me most about them. They do stupid things and don't-think-things-through. And that way they might end up falling on top of you.

13th Jun 2005, 16:22

crickson says:

but they have individual personalities! And enjoy solving puzzles! (according to recent research).

I am an evangelical vegetarian, people PLEASE stop eating cows.

13th Jun 2005, 18:30

Helen says:

I have underestimated them. They have tricked me. Hustlers!

Anyway, I have taken a closer look at these 'cows' and have discovered that they are not cows... they are bullocks. And, besides, if they were cows, they wouldn't be cows, because they are far too young to be cows and would, therefore, be heifers.

You can only be a cow once you're old enough to have calves.

I was playing safe when I used the word 'moo' in the title.

13th Jun 2005, 19:16

Helen says:

And yeah, stop eating bovine creatures and drinking milk. That way we can rid the countryside of this blight.

(Bother, I forgot about ice cream and chocolate and cheese... ok we need bovines.)

13th Jun 2005, 19:17

Joe says:

but cows are tasty....
mmmm cow

13th Jun 2005, 19:55

Steve says:

Helen you are a cow shed of information!

13th Jun 2005, 22:54

Helen says:

Blame the agricultural correspondent of the Yorkshire Post.

13th Jun 2005, 22:56

kikuchan says:

What kind of puzzles do cows like to solve? *is confused* And how did they find out? Did some farmer leave like, a jigsaw, or a crossword book out in a field one day?

13th Jun 2005, 23:38

Steve says:

Wheres all my milk gone????? when I woke up this morning I had 4 udders full, then after they attached those things to me ..... nothing! not a drop....... well its got me stumped!

13th Jun 2005, 23:43

crickson says:

I think you're supposed to hide the silage and they have to sniff it out, like they do for animals in the zoo.

Im sure we could synthesize milk, and make it healthier.

14th Jun 2005, 10:13

Helen says:

I think non-dairy cheese is the biggest problem.

14th Jun 2005, 13:25

Steve says:

She tried to warn us all, but we just didnt listen

14th Jun 2005, 22:45

Helen says:

A guy was trampled to death just a couple of fields away from here. He wouldn't let go of his labrador and the cows just trampled them both. It was probably not cows, it was probably bullocks.

I was chased by a herd of bullocks once. But I let go of my dog and made it to safety as he diverted them. He made it ok too, he could run fast.

14th Jun 2005, 22:53

crickson says:

This is not helping my bovineophobia...

15th Jun 2005, 10:09

crickson says:

15th Jun 2005, 10:33