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Sunday, December 6, 2009

cow tipping galore!

Do you know what cow tipping is? Some sort of country prank where you push sleeping cows over at night....but HEY! You can play the COW TIPPING GAME! Then check out my rather cute cow pieces below....


7 comments:

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Gary
Just stopped by to see if you want to list any of your pottery on my Temptation Mondays. If so send me an email with what you want listed and your site so I can just copy and paste.
Thanks
Maggie
Great mug love it

Busy Bee Suz said...

I would much rather tip your cows (with coffee) than the real thing...leave sleeping cows alone!!!

Becky Jo said...

I live in Iowa and I have never been cow tipping... it seems like a sport for less civilized states, like Missouri. ;)

Hilary said...

That's udderly adorable!

Trish said...

Well, Gary, I am a prairie girl from Alberta where we have a lot of cattle, and my daughter informs me that, yes..there is such a thing as cow tipping, In 'all my years' I had not heard of this! And do agree that sleeping cows need to be left alone :). The holstein mugs are fun! Cheers, from cold Alberta.

Anna said...

Yup, my husband talks about cow tipping escapades from his high school years in rural Virginia....MY family can hardly believe it! Love YOUR cows. :)

soubriquet said...

Dear Sir: It is time for cows to be properly financially rewarded with a decent working wage. The average cow is expected to produce milk, working a seven day week, in order to provide for her family. In order to achieve this she eats grass, chews cud, and employs no fewer than four stomaches.
Yet you expect her to survive on tips?
How is it that lazier members of your studio's output, namely the pigs, do far less work, yet all seem to aspire to a nicely placed career in piggy banking?
Yours Truly
The Moo-oovement for Bovine Emancipation.

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I am a part-time pottery instructor at Cornell University Pot Shop and a full-time studio potter and sculptor, married to superhawt Missus Tastycake.