Cow choreography set to electronic music by Cyriak

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32 Responses to “Cow choreography set to electronic music by Cyriak”

  1. dole says:

    Reminds me of this one, that I must watch every so often, just because. THANKS A LOT.

    http://boingboing.net/2009/02/17/weird-and-wonderful.html

  2. gwailo_joe says:

    Spider cow, spider cow

    Does whatever a spider cow does

    Shoots a web

    Instead of milk

    She’s the scariest of her ilk

    Look out! here comes the Spider Cow!

  3. agraham999 says:

    Eh…I suspected as much when I lived on the farm.

  4. invictus says:

    Having seen cows move, I can’t help but cringe whenever I see their legs. Cow joints shouldn’t do that!

    Anyone else with farm experience getting the same reaction?

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes! Those unnatural knee tweaks were painful to watch!

    • agraham999 says:

      Never had that experience…but I always thought their legs looked impossibly spindly to hold all that weight. Then you get kicked by one and understand it’s no problem at all.

    • Anonymous says:

      Well, it’s really the cowspider that disturbed me more than anything.

    • Anonymous says:

      Grew up on a cattle ranch in Idaho. Leg movements creeped me out too. They are sort of moving like they have four knees which they don’t.

      First, I thought this was cute…then creepy…then slightly hypnotic… then i wanted to consider a spherical cow.

  5. Cnoocy says:

    Needs an umbus.

  6. millrick says:

    I, for one, welcome our new arachnobovine overlords.

    well, not really welcome…
    more like hide under the bed until my arachnophobia subsides

  7. Brainspore says:

    Great, here comes another heated argument about the side effects of beef hormones.

  8. orwellian says:

    Ah, so that’s what drugs are like. Huh. :-)

  9. Teller says:

    Beats making a donkey parasail.

  10. pelrun says:

    This demands more rumination.

  11. Felton says:

    This is now my second favorite cow-themed animation. The first, of course, is still Magical Trevor.

  12. Anonymous says:

    While watching this my eyes began to stop focusing and the video rectangle began stretching to the right…help meee

  13. Anonymous says:

    There is a fine line between “cute” and “ontology-peeling k-hole”.
    That is what I said. This shaves my dendrites.

  14. Phikus says:

    Yeah, that wasn’t disturbing at all…

    Felton: Ok, but MAKE IT STOP!!! (Oh, and They Might Be Giants called. They want their sound back.)

    • Felton says:

      It. Never. Stops!!

      Heh. Would you believe I had to go to YouTube to hear what They Might Be Giants sounds like? I’m a little behind on this new “rock ‘n’ roll” music the kids are listening to these days. :-D

      • Brainspore says:

        …I had to go to YouTube to hear what They Might Be Giants sounds like?

        You are dead to me.

        • Felton says:

          Even if I liked what I heard?

          Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to go check out this band called “The Beatles” someone told me about. ;)

  15. Anonymous says:

    yay!

  16. Anonymous says:

    OHGOD COW-SPIDERS

  17. Anonymous says:

    I’m fine with cows. I’m mostly fine with spiders. Arachnobovines = shudder.

  18. nemofazer says:

    But seriously, don’t do drugs kids.

  19. animwriter says:

    Cowreography?

  20. knoxblox says:

    RealPlayer used to have an app with a cartoon sheep who would dance like this in time to the music, didn’t they? You could personalize it with different things like a bow or how many birds flew by, etc.

  21. danegeld says:

    This is exactly the kind of trippy shit that the BBC is going to realise isn’t in it’s mandate any more. Enjoy it while you can, guys.

  22. Anonymous says:

    Bust a moo.

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