My mother needed a new calendar for 2007 and, like the good daughter I am (thankyouverymuch), I bought her one at the grocery store while I was there (for the 847th time). It was a Texas-themed one. Complete with longhorn on the cover. (Hook ’em Horns!)
Upon seeing the cover, my mom (in all seriousness) responded,
“Oh! See. There it is. You see a cow every day.”
To which I responded, “Uh, WHAT?!!?”
“Yep. It’s been documented. You see a cow every day. You can look it up.”
“WHERE can you look it up?! And who in the hell designed the study that had both the hypothesis and THE PROOF that you see a cow every day?!”
“I don’t know. People.”
Well, there’s your challenge, folks. You are now required to join my own personal science project and let me know where you see a cow tomorrow.
Updated to add: It doesn’t have to be a “real” cow.
Knock your socks off. Comment below.