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A Delightful Coo
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 07-02-2016, 03:31 AM

Those that know me... know I have a penchant for colourful coos, especially for Scottish ones.

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Just me then... being the only coo lover.
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Wonder what kind of milk that plaid coo gives ?

We have similar statues in my berg, but they're noo coos....they're polar bears. In the northern part of my province, by Hudson's Bay, polar bears (the real ones) abound.
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Wonder what kind of milk that plaid coo gives ?
Tartan rainbow milk of course.

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In the northern part of my province, by Hudson's Bay, polar bears (the real ones) abound.
Aye but they eat folk, coos real or otherwise tend not to do that.

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What a great Scottish, "coo"..
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So far we have no cow statues only a giant squirrel and a guerrilla.
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What a great Scottish, "coo"..
Aye thank you, she's just wonderful as these coos go.
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Great capture Kerrowdown!

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Great capture Kerrowdown!
Aye thank you, the difficult bit was the "round up" first.
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I wouldnae think o' hijacking your thread, kd, but I thought you might like to see that Oz has coos too:



(that's Mrs Rod with what I call "Glam Cow"


then there is "Chicken Cow"



and "Intellectual Cow"
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So far we have no cow statues only a giant squirrel and a guerrilla.
See what your missing in life there in Texas...
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I wouldnae think o' hijacking your thread, kd, but I thought you might like to see that Oz has coos too:
Wow, that's a great placed... you've a whole herd of coos shown in the last image.
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We need some of those, I did however see a huge steer shaped BBQ pit.
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I did however see a huge steer shaped BBQ pit
If these coos see that and then work out what it is... you could have a stampede on your hands.
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you've a whole herd of coos shown in the last image
Aye, Shepparton, in the heart of the Goulburn Valley, has gazillions of them. Note that the slabs that they are on have forklift slots; these are moved around the city from time to time.
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