Sunday, November 21, 2010


Hello Everybody! Waxy Dragon here!
Being just a three year old baby dragon, some people think I don't know everything I should about life.
But I do!
I know Thanksgiving is coming up. And while everyone is thinking turkey with all the trimmings along with all the other good things associated with the holiday, let's talk about something that isn't connected with the celebration.
Yes, you heard right.
Now not to make an udder disgrace out of myself, but I do know that cows are a part of most humans' daily lives between contributing to dairy products and providing good meat.
But have you ever thought about it from the cows' perspective?
I mean, there you are just sitting in a field minding your own business and the next thing you know...

I heard an awful joke that went along the lines of: "Why do they call it PMS? Because the name mad cow disease was taken."
Yet if you were a cow and you knew how your life was going to end, wouldn't you be mad too?
Thankfully, except for a few dumb knights and kings, dragons don't have that problem.
But if anyone ever did try to put me on their dinner menu, I do know some of my older and meaner relations still believe that humans are crunchy and taste good with ketchup.
Yet why can't we all just get along?
Cows go to the mooo-vies too.
Cows don't give you any bull.
When they get the hiccups, cows give milkshakes.
You've never heard a cow howling at the moon like some dogs and wolves do. They may try to jump over it, but they never howl at it.
In the end, all I'm asking is that everyone try to take a page out of the cows handbook of life and try to love one an udder.

See you next weekend with more Sunday Funnies!

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