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Can't believe I was such a cow today...

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by cityfree, Jun 8, 2011.

  1. cityfree

    cityfree New commenter

    You're milking the cow jokes!

    Just levelling their half term diaries. They may have just about redeemed themselves. Some quite impressive results.

    Any final tips for the moo-ve? I hope you're looking forward to the end of term.
     
  2. Wanderer007

    Wanderer007 New commenter

    Calf term dairies?! Okay, the cows have gone home! [​IMG]
    I've still to make the leap of faith overseas, I do enjoy teaching in blighty for now! Best of luck in your new adventures, cityfree!
     
  3. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    Cow jokes? I know them all off pat! Udderly ridiculous!
     
  4. lennoc

    lennoc New commenter

    What do you get if you walk under a cow?
    A pat on the head.
    Sorry, couldn't resist a chance to tell my one and only joke.
     
  5. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    How do Scotsmen keep the grass short? Lawn mooers!
     
  6. That's shit, that is.
     
  7. One cow to another "Are you worried about this mad cow disease?"
    "No."
    "Why not?"
    "Cos I'm a teapot."
    as well......
     
  8. These cow jokes are absolutely moo-velous....here's my effort

    Two cows in a field, one says "Moooooooooooo", the other replies "Wow...I was just about to say that!"

    :)
     
  9. What's the difference between BSE and PMT?
    One is mad cow disease and the other's something to do with beef.
     
  10. cityfree

    cityfree New commenter

    Maybe that was the problem yesterday?!
     
  11. cityfree

    cityfree New commenter

    No, from the West Country originally. Haven't lived there in 8 years and don't have an accent. Still get the jokes.
     
  12. God bless ya!
    Moi luvly.
     

  13. Did you you know that the Hindi word for 'cow' is 'gay'?
    Which reminds me;
    What did the straight cow say to the gay cow? Er sorry no thanks, I am lactose intolerant.

    AND...

    What do gay cows do together?
    They suck each udder off.
    [​IMG]
     
  14. What's got two legs and bleeds?









    half a cow....


     
  15. ..although that joke has fabulous results when you say it with a cat/dog/horse to cat/dog/horse lovers. [​IMG]


     
  16. cityfree

    cityfree New commenter

    Ummmm...I think you need to check your geography...you don't get cockneys in the SW!

    :eek:)
     
  17. 'Moi luvly' is classic Pam Eyres, surely! Pearly Queen she is not!


     
  18. CanLah

    CanLah New commenter

    Why do cows have bells? Because their horns don't work!!! Add to the Sh**e list above!
     
  19. Congrats! First thing thats made me smile ( and laugh out loud) all day!
    Some cows in a field, how do you know which one is on holiday?
    The one with the wee calf!
    [​IMG]
     
  20. Wanderer007

    Wanderer007 New commenter

    Surely Jersey cow?! I think that'd be a butter joke. [​IMG]
    And as for the cow with bells and no horns joke... sounds like a whole load of bull to me. [​IMG]

     

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