Cows help sell children’s videos and… grown-ups’ videos too!

What could have been a quick trip to Target with my oldest today turned into a full store browsing experience, while leisurely passing time until dinner. Target is always a fun store to glance through, as you try to resist the urge to buy lots of cool-looking items that you have absolutely no need for.

A lengthy visit to the children’s books department (where my son clearly intended to read every book!) eventually moved to the DVD department next to it, and that’s where I found the two cows below.

My first daily cow was smiling on the cover of a children’s DVD, alongside a happy pig. This is the continuation of a trend of happy cows and pigs hanging out with each other (for other cow / pig couplings, read Today’s cow is from Biffle’s Smoke House BBQ in Missouri!, Today’s cow was thrown over the fence, and Does our librarian know about this cow blog?).

Baby Einstein Baby Mc Donald - a day at the farm DVD

Baby Einstein Baby Mc Donald - a day at the farm DVD

This cow was on the cover of the Baby Einstein’s Baby McDonald – A day at the farm DVD. Such a happy pair has to trigger your impulsive need to buy the DVD, doesn’t it? How can you look at these adorable faces and not take them home?

To my extreme surprise, I found the next daily cow in the grown-ups’ DVD department, on the cover of Season 4 DVD of “It’s always sunny in Philadelphia”. Warning, this DVD cover looks quite disturbing!!!

It's always sunny in Philadelphia - Season 4 DVD

It's always sunny in Philadelphia - Season 4 DVD

Did you figure out what you’re looking at yet? After observing the picture for about 30 seconds, it occurred to me that the cow has apparently pooped out these people’s heads. Wow, I’ve never seen an episode of “It’s always sunny in Philadelphia” and I hear it’s really funny, but seriously, cow poop? This must be an inside joke. And living proof that cows, and not just sex, sell…

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