History lesson please
@Possible Paradox, The great Chicago fire of 1871 started on the O'Leary farm and many speculate it was the cow in the barn. Anyway the fire burned for two days, was 3.3 miles long and killed 300 people. Damn cow.
@Possible Paradox, There was this cow that contracted mad cow disease in Chicago and it basically just went around beating people to death with a lantern.
@RectumRaider, this is why I eat meat. Literally ate a burger as I came across this
@RectumRaider, some cows just want to watch Chicago burn
@Xanyok,that's why we eat beef. As revenge for the great Chicago fire
@RectumRaider, the fire was so devastating because the river itself was on fire because of how polluted it was.
@Xanyok, I like that version much better
@RectumRaider, The Beach Boys made a song specifically because of that event. The Elements: Fire or Mrs. O'Leary's Cow.
@PunnyBaker, I'm pretty sure it's not just cows.
@Possible Paradox, while I udderly don't have the time to tell you the whole tail. Just know that it was a moo-ving story.
@Xanyok, that's the best answer I've seen about this disaster
I'm pretty sure The Doctor caused the great Chicago fire of 1871.
The word literally is unnecessary here.
Anyone know the campsong?
Late last night, when we were all in bed, grandma left the lantern in the shed. When the cow kicked it over, she winked her eye and said it's gonna be a hot time in the old town tonight. FIRE FIRE FIRE
London vs a baker
I mean, technically they both lose, since the cow sure as heck isn't walking out of town after the fact.
What about a figurative cow standing next to a lantern?
I don't get it, but even out of context, definitely the cow. A cow with a lantern is virtually unstoppable
@K1lgore, Great Chicago Fire