Ever wonder what mad cow disease looks like? Kind of like this. But maybe less cheerful. Still the same “little orphan Annie” eyes though, and the angry howling grin. They probably eat brains, too.
Sort of like a blasphemous cross between a Holstein and a rubber glove. Or maybe the mascot of a Japanese seafood company, the happy beefsquid. Very happy. In fact, the beefsquid is THRILLED to be dehydrated and cut into small cow-shaped pieces. Look at that face!
The cat, however, is a little bit doubtful about the entire thing, as she peeks around the side of the massive seagoing bovine. She’s not sure if she can eat all of that beefsquid. Her jaws are going to wear out. A long time before she can eat even half of it, she’s going to be asking for a doggie bag. Or cat box. And that beefsquid? It’ll still be smiling. Because that’s how beefsquids roll.
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It looks like a head on a gigantic udder.