Rachel S. (masamage) says: Do you remember the cow's name?
Cameron Nielsen (cameroncn) says: What's really weird to me is that two of the people whose guesses were printed in this were named Cameron.
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Eegad.
Leon Arnott (l) says: You implied that it was a male cow! Do you have no shame?
kicking_ k (kicking_k) says: I don't think you can tell from the photo whether the bovine is a cow, bull or steer. Besides which, there is (pace Dave Gorman) no actual rule that you must be male to be called Dave. The Dave Conspiracy might disagree, but I stick to my argument.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:
Actually, there was a best-selling novel about a woman who tries to become a Dave. She feels that there is a Dave deep inside her, and seeks all over the world for the legendary secret that will bring out her inner Daveness.
I refer, of course, to "The Dave In She Code".
Then again, that was written by a Dan, so it may be a subtle ploy to discredit all of Davedom.
Tiff Hudson (tiff_hudson) says: When a cow (or cow-like creature) is found wandering along the road where I grew up, the police refer to it on the radio as a "bovine", presumably to avoid mis-classifying it.
Bauke Schildt (tephlon) says: Dammit Ed, you do have an uncanny ability for a pun, don't you.... :-)
Sean Riedinger (ariamaki) says:
I think one of my favorite Sunday Narbonic lines has to be
"Inspired! Well-argued! And wrong!"
Also, even by my admittedly pun-heavy standards, DAMN Ed Gedeon, that was slickly done.
I would have gone for a somewhat raunchier, 2005-2006 era spoilerier (NOTE: not a word) joke, if I had thought of the same punchline.
Tyler Wright (tylgar) says:
I'd have gone for the lady poking her head in at the left of the Cave-With-Cow picture, myself.Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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