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Cow set for slaughter escapes to water park and rides the slide


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good stuff 

the equivalent of a human winning the lottery, buying a Lamborghini and then crashes into the guard rail at 180mph 

EDIT...ok not quite that. not even close. but still kinda funny 

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Beautiful. You go cow....gotta enjoy while you can :)

 

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I remember the Tamworth Two, Butch and Sundance, the two pigs that made a break for freedom while on their way to the slaughter house. They became internationaly famous, got a mention in parliament, and there was talk of a statue being erected to commemerate them. They both survived to live out their lives in a rare breeds sanctuary:

Tamworth Two - Wikipedia

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On 11/16/2021 at 1:30 AM, The Silver Shroud said:

I remember the Tamworth Two, Butch and Sundance, the two pigs that made a break for freedom while on their way to the slaughter house. They became internationaly famous, got a mention in parliament, and there was talk of a statue being erected to commemerate them. They both survived to live out their lives in a rare breeds sanctuary:

Tamworth Two - Wikipedia

I bet that happens a lot. At a fair i saw a couple pigs work together to open both sides of a complex gate latch and get out, the teamwork and understanding of the mechanisms was impressive. 

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