this very clearly appears to be a steer, not a cow pic.twitter.com/UZZ9JkMWBd
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) February 21, 2017
It's actually kind of interesting that there is not a word in the English language to refer to one bovine animal. Cow, heifer, bull, steer and a few other words all have specific meanings. And cattle is used for the plural, regardless of specificity; but there is not a word that is accepted for the singular of "cattle". Maybe bovine comes closest, but it's not really used much. I suggest "moo-beast".
It's very clearly a bull, not a steer.Rage
Moo moo buckaroo!!!
There's a steers & queers joke in here somewhere. I'm not exactly sure. I am sure that Craig Miller aint got no horns!! Todd Keith neither!!!
HRRRRNNNGGGG, WE'RE A BUNCH OF STOOPID WISE COUNTY REDNECKS! WE GOTS NOTHIN' BETTER TA DO THAN ARGUE OVER WHAT TO CALL THIS ANIMUL!
Pigs don't act that stupid. Dumb bovine.DF Wild Hog
1:22-------Its still a better use of time than just sitting around insulting your neighbors.
Hard to tell...looks like any other woman living in Queens
Dead?I blame the Hamburgler!
HRRRRNNNGGGG, I'M AN IDIOT WHO TYPES IN ALL CAPS AND HAS NOTHING BETTER TO DO THAN POST POINTLESS COMMENTS ON THE INTERNET. OH, AND I LIKE TO INTENTIONALLY MISSPELL WURDS BECAUSE, YOU KNOW, TYPING IN ALL CAPS ISN'T ENOUGH.
I blame Chick-fil-a....and the Russians.
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