Cows in a Class!



In a recent Dairy Pure milk commercial, an enthusiastic teacher is drilling her bovine charges on the “Five Point Promise” of the product.  Each “student” is dressed distinctly, with such accessories as eyeglasses and hair.

Apparently, chewing one’s cud is allowed in class…they’re cows, for crying out loud, what else could they do?!

When the teacher asks her students to enumerate what they know about the milk, one blond-haired cow responds, “It comes from udders,” and the rest of the cow-kids titter in repressed laughter.  Kids are the same everywhere…udders, heh, she said udders!

What I want to know is, how did this lucky teacher come to have only four students in class?  You can bet that they’re motivated, too…after all, what self-respecting young cow would want to be a milk dud, or an udder failure?  (Yes, we have no shame here…)

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4 Comments on “Cows in a Class!”

  1. carycomic Says:

    Of course, you don’t. Because, if you did? You’d have to…”cow-tow” for forgiveness. 😉


    • carycomic Says:

      Speaking of shamelessness: there’s a now-classic episode of M*A*S*H where Alan Alda gets into a jeep crash and has to stay awake (in a Korean farm family’s hut) till help arrives from the army hospital and rules out he didn’t suffer a concussion. So, he rambles on and on, autobiographically at first. Then, he even starts to discuss film studies with the family’s one male ox!

      “You know, there have been a lot of movies about oxen. THE OXBOW INCIDENT. A YANK AT OXFORD. COW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY.”


      If 20 Century Fox was able to do that in one take, because Alan was able to keep a straight face, he’s a masterful actor, indeed.


  2. carycomic Says:

    BTW: should you really go on vacation, this summer, why not post a photo-manipulation of the Car Fax mascot holding a sign that reads:

    “Gone Fishing! Be Back Whenever.”


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