Why Can Daisy Climb Upstairs But Not Go Downstairs ? (unless pushed !!)

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Offline neilep

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Dear All Cattle Rustlers ...yeeeee hawww...ya'll come back now and have a nice freaking day !!


Erhmmmm.....

D'ya like my cattle ?

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Nice eh ?...The herd is being delivered next Tuesday !

But aww shucks and darn it !!..I'm gonna have to move into a bungalow cos according to an advert on TV (for which I can not remember what it's advertising...LOL...good advert eh ?)....anyway...according to the AD ..cattle can walk upstairs but not walk down !!

why's that then ?.
.......yeeeeeeeeee hawwwwwwww !!!


I like mine rare....what about ewe ?








« Last Edit: 21/02/2008 22:44:33 by neilep »
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Offline Carolyn

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Can't answer the question about stairs but as for the other question......


I prefer mine medium rare and smothered in grilled onions. [;D]
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If you've ever tried to climb up rocks, and climb down rocks, you'll know its easier to climb up them.

Climbing up may need physical strength, but you don't have as many problems balancing (and its not as hard on the knees) as you have when going down.

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They're scared of heights. Going up the stairs, you don't realise how high you are going until you turn around and look down.

This is the reason cows don't make good steeplejacks or mountaineers.
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Actually, in the highly mountainous areas of West Texas there are cattle that do go down steep inclines and I mean steep. They are wild cattle - feral, actually - that evolved from the longhorn cattle  that roamed free out there at one time. these have developed small hindquarters and large fore-quarters, just like buffalo, and can run up steep slopes as well as down slope. When I say steep, I am talking 45 or steeper.
 
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Actually, in the highly mountainous areas of West Texas there are cattle that do go down steep inclines and I mean steep. They are wild cattle - feral, actually - that evolved from the longhorn cattle  that roamed free out there at one time. these have developed small hindquarters and large fore-quarters, just like buffalo, and can run up steep slopes as well as down slope. When I say steep, I am talking 45 or steeper.
 

That sounds a bit like the haggis
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Hmm, I've seen cattle walking downhill, on moderate slopes at least. But let's say television advertising speaks truth...*cough cough*...would we not find all cattle stuck on the tops of mountains and the like? 

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No, they're very good skiers  [;D]
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They are also champion snow boarders and surfers.
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As in "Surf n Turf"?  [:D]
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