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The Caption Contest is Bossy

As June Dairy Month draws to a close, we offer THIS photo for this week's caption contest.
Please give me your best caption to this photo to win FABULOUS prizes, including new CD's plus whatever tricks I have up my sleeve.
REMEMBER TO USE YOUR NAME IN THE SUBJECT LINE TO RECEIVE CREDIT AND WIN PRIZES!

Deadline is Friday at 4 PM

Have fun, be creative and, as always, play nice!


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06/27/2012 8:16AM
The Caption Contest is Bossy
Please Enter Your Comments Below
06/27/2012 8:28AM
Bob C
'till the cows come home'
06/27/2012 8:34AM
mis-translation
That isn't how you kowtow
06/27/2012 8:34AM
G.V. Parmelli
"All I did was say 'vagina', and they presented me with this!"
06/27/2012 8:36AM
Sam K
What Stella decided was a good fix when Carl the milkman went on vacation for 3 weeks. Although, poor Bessy got a sore back every time she had to ride in the cow-go carrier.
06/27/2012 8:47AM
JRay78
one too many spotted cows.....now we have a tipsy cow...
06/27/2012 8:55AM
kenw
It is National Bring Your Cow to Work Day
06/27/2012 8:58AM
Andy
"...So they loaded up the truck and moved to Beverly.....Hills, that is. Milkshake pools, spotted cows."
06/27/2012 8:59AM
From the North
We must be up in Wisconsin, der, eh... They be tipping dem cows on Main Street!
06/27/2012 9:01AM
Kim Skinner
After being awarded the winning bid at the first Cows on the Concourse, Eunice finds a unique way to get her prize back to the farm. She proclaimed, "You can do just about anything with a little creativity and some twine."
06/27/2012 9:09AM
Philip P.
"Alternative fuels...methane from cows...You figure it out! I'm off to invent a self-blowing wind generator next!" said unflappable inventatrix, Elsie Borden.
06/27/2012 9:22AM
Todd B
I can understand liking fresh milk, but this goes a little too far.
06/27/2012 9:22AM
Kurt
Gaulin's early attempts at homogenization were just a little labor intensive and he realized it might work better if the milk was out of the cow.
06/27/2012 9:38AM
Kurt
Beatrice didn't understand that the passenger had to be inside the vehicle in order to use the cowpool lane.
06/27/2012 4:02PM
Kraig
Gertie came up with what she considered to be a genius solution when her boyfriend responded "not as long as I am gettin' the milk for free." Decades later, she died a milkless spinster.
06/28/2012 9:14AM
Jan
Look at the size of this female deer I got deer hunting.
06/28/2012 1:18PM
G.V. Parmelli
"Unlike James Herriot, some vets don't make barn calls," lamented Tricia McMillanandwife.
06/28/2012 3:41PM
James S.
Lois, inspired by regular deliveries of fresh milk to her home by the milk man and his truck, decided she could do one better by delivering milk that was still in the cow.
06/28/2012 3:43PM
James S.
Edwina always wanted a moo-senburg.
06/28/2012 3:46PM
James S.
Ethel thought that "America's Dairyland" on the license plate just wasn't a strong enough message.
06/29/2012 8:55AM
John C.
Vinnie began his career in crime by selling stolen cattle out of the back of his car before figuring out that cartons of cigarettes and car stereos would attract a lot less police attention.
06/29/2012 10:25AM
Kraig
Whenever Bessie ran off from the pasture, Lillian was certain to find her her passed out at Mickey's Dairy Bar.
06/29/2012 3:28PM
brianp
The joke was on me. It was the Berkowitzes.
06/29/2012 3:29PM
just off the milk run train
In down town Centerville there she went she died tits up
06/29/2012 3:30PM
brianp
It was too late. I already had a cow!
06/29/2012 3:43PM
Dawn K.
Gertrude not being the sharpest tool in the shed thought that if she took her beloved cow Bessie on a joy ride, she would make milk shakes!
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