I've been present on more than one occasion where someone has told the story of how they were drunk this one time and ended up in the countryside and saw these cows sleeping standing up in a field and they thought it would be funny to...
I actually started to cringe on their behalf and was conflicted about whether to tell them that I knew full well that they were talking **** for the sake of trying to impress people.
On a serious note - I dunno if dropping a cow by KTFO-ing it with a KK strike would count as 'cow tipping'. Maybe it would. If it rolled over.
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did I tell you guys about the time I tried to milk a bull?
About cow tipping.... I think it must be a myth. I have honest-to-goodness cow neighbors. The herd will all lay down in the field when they sleep at night.
On paper, two people could tip a cow - if the cow didn't resist.
OK fellas. I was raised on a farm and we had several cows and on occasion, a bull or two. Cow-tipping is kinda like snipe hunting, it is something you tell people that are clueless. And you need to make sure it is a cow and not a bull(our Angus bulls are in the area of 2000lbs and have a nasty attitude).
As far as killing a bull with bare hands, I think it would have to be a yearling or a small steer(castrated bull). I believe a person could knocka horn off of a younger bull or steer, but not one over a year old. At least not without a hammer.
And you would need to have some bigs balls to get in the pen with any bull not on some type of tranquilizers. I have seen people gored by bull when I was younger. It is very unpleasant to watch.
My grandma was raised on a farm (1930s/40s). She once confirmed to me that the cow-tipping story was something that country people told town people to test their gullibility. In fact, when I mentioned it to her after hearing about it at school when I was a kid, she was all like 'hahaha, there are people who still believe that nonsense?'.
For the longest time, she had me believing that one of the more important early-morning jobs to carry out on a farm in the mid-winter was to go down to the pond and pull the ducks' feet out of the ice (the water had frozen around them while they slept, see?). At the time, she made it sound reasonable. :suicide: