Christmas cow in Connecticut

Christmas is nearly here, and surprise surprise, the animals are here to ruin it for us. A baby cow (I believe the correct nomenclature is “cowlet”) was born in Connecticut with what looks to be a cross on its head.

Of course, the owner of the cowlet sees it as a holy sign. This might be true, but we have to be careful of misinterpreting the sign. Some might see it as a sign to protect the cow and treasure it. Of course, those people would be wrong.

God so loved the world that he gave a Connecticut farmer this cowlet so that his family could enjoy the most divine veal ever made on Jesus’ birthday

2 thoughts on “Christmas cow in Connecticut”

  1. Benjamin Franklin had this to say on the matter:

    “Those would sacrifice a veal dinner for a little religion deserve neither.”

    “Veal is proof that God loves us and wants us to eat baby cows.”

    I learn all non-WWII history from bumper stickers. So what?

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