Same Cow Channel…..

Same Cow Time!

Cow Clock

Gori Rajkumari will be out in the field grazing for the next three days!

If you make a comment before 10pm IST today, then it should get accepted.

Otherwise, Gori will chew that cud over when she returns on Friday!

See you then!


6 thoughts on “Same Cow Channel…..

  1. Ha Ha Ha!
    Nice one, Your Ladyship!

    But I can see why if you don’t call them ‘BUFF-a-LOW’ they would be angry, though!
    They have to be in the buff at the lower level, otherwise how are they going to give us the milk?

    You, Lady, might just cause them to go on strike!

    Unlike we humans, they aren’t so adjusting to Royalties, Your Ladyship!
    They don’t bow to anyone, except to hay!

    Have you checked the link?
    Please let me know!
    Please, Please!

  2. Its been a long time since your last post!

    I hope you haven’t opened an ashram for these ‘guys!’
    (Guy/Gaay = Cow.)

    Hope to see you soon!

    • Hahaha! I think the “Guy’s” would get upset with me always calling them COW and be like “LADY…we are BUFF AH LOW ok???? Got it??? Jeeez!” But I never listen now so I wouldn’t listen then either. 🙂

      I’m going to post something on Monday AND will have a surprise coming too! Ooooooo! hehehe

  3. Hmmmmmm…..Hey, Vahini (pl. tell me if you prefer Aurora!), have you heard of the Marathi movie ‘FOREIGN CHI PATLIN’?

    Google search it.

    Try going to this link (or search on YouTube) and watch the trailer….,_you_3_Idiots

    Then click on ‘FOREIGN CHI PATLIN TRAILER’ on the right.
    You might find this movie VERY INTERESTING….

    I will tell you what the title means….
    Before our Independance, and the post of Sarpanch (the Village Mayor or Chief, elected around every 5 years)was introduced, the Head of the Village was usually, the prominent Kshatriya family.
    Called variously as ‘Thakurs’ in North India, the famous ‘Patels’ of Gujrat and ‘Patils’ in Maharashtra (so many Patils in Maharashtra politics!)
    They might not always head the village now (since every few times the post is reserved for a Woman, a person from SC/ST), they still are the prominent and influential family in the village.
    Patlin is a, well, a female Patil or the wife of the Patil.
    That suffix “-lin” is added to a noun to make it a female gender, usually in Marathi….

    Please tell me what you think of it!

  4. Cow time?

    Or an expedition to watch as many pedestrian cows as you can? 🙂

    Ganesh Chaturthichya Hardik Shubhechha! (Though very late!)

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