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February 22, 2021


The Rashtriya Kamdhenu Aayog, a government body under the Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, has postponed the online exam on cow science.

(Thanks to Asher Scheiner)


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In the document, it described cow dung as “antiseptic”, “tooth polish” and having “anti-radioactive” properties.

I can see cow dung being used as tooth polish and an antiseptic, but the claim of it having anti-radioactive properties is BS.

Overherd from students: "Thanks for moo-ving the exam."

I fail to see a problem here. Just ask Uncle Srinivasan what it was like when he was a cow.

Is there such a thing as "Animal Wifery"?

This postponement my be helpful by giving the cows a chance to brush up on science before the next exam.

Are we sure this isn't cow poop bingo?

Aw, man, and I've been out tipping all night to prep for this. (My cow science focus is on the gravity module.)

This has all the earmarks of some sort of alien code.

Holy Cow!


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