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Udder Drag

by Aaron Schmookler (Age: 38)
copyright 08-23-2002


Age Rating: 7 +



I once had a cow with extremely short legs
Which were about the length of an ostrich’s eggs.
“Moo!” she would utter,
When she stepped on her udder,
“Perhaps I should stand on some kegs."






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        01-02-2015     Mike Farr        

Hello Aaron,

Udder Drag,

Being a former Farm Boy I love a good cow poem, the only animal dumber then a chicken is a cow, at least a chicken will run away when you kick it, but a cow just stands there a gives you a stupid look. Fortunately there is a byproduct of milk or hamburger from their day after day after day of eating and crapping.

Nice job keep sharing.


        11-13-2002     Catherine Wilson        

My mom liked that one too. Thanks for the laugh.

        08-28-2002     Cristina Lipp        

Oh, the pain!!! ow, ouch! Where's that keg?? I'm laughing.

        08-26-2002     Amber McCabe        

LOL! Thanks for the laugh!

        08-23-2002     Melissa Rives        

LOL...what an imagination you have...very good!!!

        08-23-2002     William Robbins        

You certainly know how to keep a limerick full of smiles. Great job.



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