In fact, this is probably the strangest way to propose to someone I’ve ever come across.
That’s because a woman from Singapore discovered the completely una-moosing image of a ring on the udder of poor, innocent cow, on her Facebook feed, and it soon went viral.
“Shaming the ring and the whole photoshoot.
“The person is a farmer. Still doesn’t excuse his bad taste. And is this considered a nipple ring? ‘Also, the band is thicker than the centre stone. If my eyeballs are forced to suffer through this nonsense I’m dragging everyone down with me.’
The person is a farmer. Still doesn’t excuse his bad taste. And is this considered a nipple ring? Also, the band is thicker than the center stone.”
If my eyeballs are forced to suffer through this nonsense I’m dragging everyone down with me.”
This act of potential animal cruelty has caused a lot of beef online as people aren’t seeing how it is acceptable to use a cow for this purpose. Widespread concern swept across social media platforms as people are considering this animal abuse through the action of jamming an engagement ring on the udder of the cow. Others questioned: how dairy propose that way?!
One wrote: “My bf proposed via a cow’s teat. How dairy!”
Another witty user said: “I am udderly disgusted!”
“He’s really trying to milk the proposal” joked another.
Meanwhile others were concerned for the cow itself, with many accusing the farmer of animal abuse, how cowld-blooded of him. Let’s hope the remooval of the ring didn’t cause the cow any harm.
“That should classify as animal abuse” commented one, with another agreeing “F***ing gross. This animal does not deserve being abused in this fashion.”
However, there’s been no word from the farmer which could suggest that all these negative opinions about his engagement have gone in one ear and out the udder. Just imagine seeing your local farmer chasing his cow, getting down on one knee, and bloody popping an engagement ring on its udder! It’s cowing absurd! It’s sad to say, he’s made a tit of himself.
Well I’ve been milked dry of cow puns now. Congrats to the happy couple I suppose…
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Sofi Sheppard is the name. I am a recent graduate of Media, Journalism and Culture from Cardiff University, trying to figure this adulting thing out. I love writing about this, that and the other and I enjoy Pina Colada's and getting caught in the rain.