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    I did not expect this when I got home last night.....

    So I got home from work last night to find this....

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    There aren't even any cows normally near our house!! No idea where they came from.....thankfully they've been mooved on now though :-)

    They've destroyed the back garden though, fence panels smashed, the wife's spent a lot of time doing the garden planting veg and flowers and it's all been destroyed so she's, quite rightly, upset.

    Waiting for the police to track down the owner.

    I did need a few new Cow Puns last night though, so I entered "cow puns" into Google and the very first link brought me to Edugeek....we really do know everything about everything :-)

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    Hmmm if that would have been my garden im sure a few of the cows would have had an heart attack when the mrs saw them. As a result there would be a really big bbq the next weekend with plenty of steak to encourage allot of volunteers to help fix the garden.

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    So.... where are the cows now why they track the owner?!

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    Hehehe, I'd have been petrified. Not a fan of cows after a traumatising chasing incident mid-way through a D of E hike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    So.... where are the cows now why they track the owner?!
    The cows were herded out of the garden by two farmers....both of whom denied ownership of the cows.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain.Faulkner View Post
    mooved on
    Why is there no facepalm icon?

    Colleague of mine pointed out, you should be able to trace the owner from the tags on their ears and invoice them for the damage caused by their herd.
    Go nuts. Photograph everything they've wrecked. Completely milk the situation for all its worth :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galway View Post
    Hmmm if that would have been my garden im sure a few of the cows would have had an heart attack when the mrs saw them. As a result there would be a really big bbq the next weekend with plenty of steak to encourage allot of volunteers to help fix the garden.
    Hmmmm... I challenge you to try and BBQ this
    I did not expect this when I got home last night.....-roid-cow-240x180.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiliconAlley_Sam View Post
    Hehehe, I'd have been petrified. Not a fan of cows after a traumatising chasing incident mid-way through a D of E hike.
    They were pretty scary, and had started to get a bit restless...there was lots of pushing and shoving between them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain.Faulkner View Post
    The cows were herded out of the garden by two farmers....both of whom denied ownership of the cows.....
    ... but... somehow.... now own the cows? But remain shy when asked to stump up for the damage? Am I near the mark?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garacesh View Post
    Why is there no facepalm icon?

    Colleague of mine pointed out, you should be able to trace the owner from the tags on their ears and invoice them for the damage caused by their herd.
    Go nuts. Photograph everything they've wrecked. Completely milk the situation for all its worth :P
    we thought that as well, but they all seemed to have different numbers on the tags. We've given our photos to the police and they'll trace it hopefully.

    I've heard some udderly offal cow puns in the last 12 hours or so ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiliconAlley_Sam View Post
    Hehehe, I'd have been petrified. Not a fan of cows after a traumatising chasing incident mid-way through a D of E hike.
    @SiliconAlley_Sam You're fast becoming my favourite supplier and I'm sorry that your misfortune amuses me :P
    Well, not so much your misfortune. Just the way you worded that post.. Something struck a funny tone about it. Hope everything wasn't too bad.
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    Hopefully the police will grab the bull by the horns. Maybe steak out a few of the local farms.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain.Faulkner View Post
    I've heard herd some udderly offal cow puns in the last 12 hours or so ;-)
    Sorted that for you

    I think you should invest in some new, stronger fences. Really beef up your security.
    Last edited by Garacesh; 22nd May 2014 at 10:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garacesh View Post
    @SiliconAlley_Sam You're fast becoming my favourite supplier and I'm sorry that your misfortune amuses me :P
    Well, not so much your misfortune. Just the way you worded that post.. Something struck a funny tone about it. Hope everything wasn't too bad.
    Haha! Well I'm glad my trauma amuses you. In fairness I don't think it was that bad and I don't know what a bunch of cows would actually have done to me had they caught me but they're big and running with an enormous back-pack with a load of big, mooing creatures chasing you is not ideal. Recalling the incident is actually making me feel a bit nervous about my trip to the Lake District next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iain.Faulkner View Post
    I did need a few new Cow Puns last night though, so I entered "cow puns" into Google and the very first link brought me to Edugeek....we really do know everything about everything :-)
    I had to verify this... It actually checks out.

    If I hadn't seen it myself, I wouldn't have believed it. Is EduGeek's google ranking THAT good?



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