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well my girlfriend told me she wanted a "cow" for her "birthday"...ok so i'm not sure if she's serious or not. she's the love of my life and I would do anything for her. Something about "dairy" or "cow" or "calf" with out "rabies"? Well, my wife is also considered my sister in some senses of the word. Are there any cows for sale at garage sales? Could anyone help me with this predicament, I am wanting to give her this as a Christmas gift. Last year I got her a lawnmower and let's just...three fingers and two toes later...that didn't work out. Does anyone have any creative wrapping tips? Do cows have to have air? Or would it be ok enclosed in a box for over 24 hours? Is it possible to keep cows as inside pets? Can they be "litter trained" or do they make "flea collars" that are big enough?
 

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If your wife finds out about your girlfriend can you still be brother and sister ?
 

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wanabcowboyup":n472urql said:
well my girlfriend told me she wanted a "cow" for her "birthday"...ok so i'm not sure if she's serious or not. she's the love of my life and I would do anything for her. Something about "dairy" or "cow" or "calf" with out "rabies"? Well, my wife is also considered my sister in some senses of the word. Are there any cows for sale at garage sales? Could anyone help me with this predicament, I am wanting to give her this as a Christmas gift. Last year I got her a lawnmower and let's just...three fingers and two toes later...that didn't work out. Does anyone have any creative wrapping tips? Do cows have to have air? Or would it be ok enclosed in a box for over 24 hours? Is it possible to keep cows as inside pets? Can they be "litter trained" or do they make "flea collars" that are big enough?

Sorry wanabcowboyup! Your post says you know absolutely nothing about cows, and probably animals either. You are either extremely naive, been in a box with a ribbon on it all your life, or are from outer space! Also maybe its something you've been smoking or sniffing???

If in fact your "girlfriend" in fact managed to cut off toes and fingers with a lawnmower, she has no business with a cow.

Suggestion: Get a medium sized box, buy a stuffed animal (cow) and put in it, wrap the box, give this to your girlfriend. Sounds like about all the "cow" any of ya'll are capable of handling!

Yikes! :cboy: :shock:
 

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Uh as far as I know cows don't have fleas....Take Running Arrow Bill's advice & get her a stuffed cow. Much cheaper/smellier in the long run!

Sometimes I wonder what these 'veggie/tree hugger/animal rights folks do for a real life...too much thinking :shock: of stupid things to post on our boards & try to get under our skins. Personally I think it's funny yet sad at the same time! :roll:
 

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Jay":1th5ka17 said:
Uh as far as I know cows don't have fleas....Take Running Arrow Bill's advice & get her a stuffed cow. Much cheaper/smellier in the long run!

Sometimes I wonder what these 'veggie/tree hugger/animal rights folks do for a real life...too much thinking :shock: of stupid things to post on our boards & try to get under our skins. Personally I think it's funny yet sad at the same time! :roll:

You got that right Jay! Guess those ideas, things from those people the result of too much close line-breeding...lol. Like you say, just goes to show what those folks have on their mind (or don't have). Such comments are actually hilarious and are too lame, simple to rattle any of our cages...sort like that post where some halfwit said his steer ate his "Emelio" (frog)... Brain Stem function only...no cortical activity observed...LOL! :cboy:
 

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The idea to housebreak a cow for your house is laughable! I had a good laught reading yur post!

Do me a favor.....stay in your box sized lawn and tract home and buy your girlfriend something she could use....an unmarried boyfriend.....
 

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well my girlfriend told me she wanted a "cow" for her "birthday"...ok so i'm not sure if she's serious or not. she's the love of my life and I would do anything for her. Something about "dairy" or "cow" or "calf" with out "rabies"? Well, my wife is also considered my sister in some senses of the word. Are there any cows for sale at garage sales? Could anyone help me with this predicament, I am wanting to give her this as a Christmas gift. Last year I got her a lawnmower and let's just...three fingers and two toes later...that didn't work out. Does anyone have any creative wrapping tips? Do cows have to have air? Or would it be ok enclosed in a box for over 24 hours? Is it possible to keep cows as inside pets? Can they be "litter trained" or do they make "flea collars" that are big enough?

I don't know where you're from and what kind of drugs you are on but I'd bet San Francisco and maybe your girlfriend is a code word for boyfriend and your wife is a code word for greenpasture78. Go away you queer, socialist, liberal.
 

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