Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Eastside Lewisdale Gold Missy
Tips on Cow Tipping
Country folk have long amused their city friends with tales of cow tipping. The story goes that one person can knock over a cow that's standing asleep in a field just by giving it a push. University of British Columbia professor Margo Lillie says that this is not true. She and one of her students proved that the physics of cow tipping just didn't add up. Another thing: Cows don't sleep standing up. And, contrary to their docile image, cows are well aware of what's going on around them and are hard to sneak up on.
However, if you absolutely have to tip a cow, never leave more than 10%.