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?
Why does a milking stool only have three legs?
Because the cow has the udder.
What do you call a cow with two legs?
What do you call a cow with one leg?
What do you call a cow with no legs?
And here are some cow jokes that aren’t mathy at all.
What did one cow say to the other?
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!”