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See my relationship with cows is like my relationship with ducks. I love to pet them, but I also love to eat them. And I kinda feel guilty when I do pet them. It's like "There is a chance that I literally ate your family and friends, but here's some bread, you fluffly animal, you."
@A pet named Steve, ducks are Fran you heathen, cows though. 🍴😋
@Torq Rinch, but ducks taste good.
@A pet named Steve, a duck killed my dad
@A pet named Steve, so don't feel sad
@A pet named Steve, it's nice to separate the love/eat relationship appropriately. Apparently eating live ducks while everyone is feeding them is wrong?
@Over Observant , tip: pick a gourmet bread to feed the ducks before you eat them. Instant stuffing.
@A pet named Steve, *delicious
@A pet named Steve, growing up I worked on a feed lot and often my family would bring home "bottle bunters" which are calves that are orphaned or won't suckle on their mom. We would raise them, play with them, train them to come to their names, then get them butchered to fill our freezer. Yes we would eat them. The most memorable were, Cocoa, Norman, and Norman Jr. those were the tastiest.
I'm a 3rd generation rancher, should I start with the living ones or the ones I've already eaten?
I actually became "friends" with the neighbors cow at my village. I fed her grass trough the fence. She was my best friend there. But I haven't seen her after the last Christmas...I miss her
Coco. On my father-in-laws property. I use to feed her tomatoes and she would follow me around when I went for walks.
Edgar but i havent seen him in a while i hope hes ok
my mom was friends with Ginger
No, they are food. I don't eat friends.
I followed you do I get anything
Remember: Birb are fren not foods
I won't say anything about my mother-in-law but yeah I'm friends with a cow
Betsy. Theres like a million cows name Betsy too so you can't prove me wrong
Daisy from Dunkin' Doughnuts