This is a chance for you the reader to help contribute to what you see published
here on the Web. Twice a week, we will post a new topic,
and solicit suggestions
for the top ten entries for that subject. The results will be compiled
and displayed one week after the topic was posted. Remember that we get
hundreds of submissions
for each topic, so don't get discouraged if we haven't
picked one of yours yet.
Cows' Top Ten Most Famous Achievements
(submitted by Punkupine)
The high-flying season they charted with three songs, including a number two with "Good Moovations." Then it all fell apart -- spiked milk, gentian violet addiction, and, finally, the horn player choked to death on his own cud!
Traveling to the moon hundreds of years before humans -- at least that's Mother Goose's story
Burning down Old MacDonald's farm
(Good Ol' Cowface)
Succeeding in keeping their ability to talk a secret from us for the last several thousand years
Somehow convincing people they're cute despite being huge, smelling terrible, and having enormous...leavings
The scene stealing moment in the movie Twister
Turning grass and water into steak
Kicking that pig to the front of the line at the Rawlings football factory when they saw football was catching on
Their frequent appearances in "The Far Side," most famously, the one Woody on "Cheers" didn't get
(Kanthony Von Schiffendecker)
Getting the US government to study their farts. No one is interested in mine.
Monday's Subject: Top Ten Reasons Santa Left Coal in Your Stocking
(submitted by The Frunkus Kid)
Thursday's Subject: Top Ten Things to Do with Left-Over Wrapping-Paper Tubes
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