Archive for October 24, 2013

10 Cow Jokes (Some Mathy)

Driving through Paris (Virginia, not France) on Saturday, we passed a field of grazing cows. I asked the boys, “What do you think a French cow says?”

Eli said, “Moo-la-la!

Funniest. Kid. Ever.

Perhaps because I grew up in rural Pennsylvania, I’ve always had a bovine fascination. I envy their laissez-faire existence. What I wouldn’t give for a life where I could roam freely, eat when I wanted to, lie around listlessly in the sun, and defecate whenever and wherever the urge strikes. The only aspect of their existence that I don’t envy is the end-of-life trip to the grocery store on Styrofoam plates wrapped in cellophane.

The following are some pseudo-mathy cow jokes.

What does a Greek cow say?

What is a cow’s favorite subject?

What does a cow use to compute?
A cowculator.

Why does a milking stool only have three legs?
Because the cow has the udder.

What do you call a cow with two legs?
Lean beef.

What do you call a cow with one leg?

What do you call a cow with no legs?
Ground beef.

And here are some cow jokes that aren’t mathy at all.

What did one cow say to the other?
Moo. (D’uh!)

Two cows were out in a field. One turns to the other and says, “Moooooo!”
“That’s funny,” says the other. “I was just about to say the same thing!”
The first one says, “Holy cow! A talking cow!”

October 24, 2013 at 11:11 am 1 comment

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