Have you ever seen cows on wheels celebrating Earth Day?

Henry’s Marketplace never ceases to amaze me with their monthly flyers. I thought they couldn’t top Henry’s March 2011 flyer showing a cow in full admiration of a double rainbow. Well, I think Henry’s April 2011 flyer may be even more brilliant. It portrays farm animals celebrating Earth Day, and once again cows are getting the spotlight!

Henry's April 2011 flyer with cows on wheels

Henry's April 2011 flyer with cows on wheels

Babe the pig, Chicken Little and family, and a galloping horse followed by happy cows are all enjoying a stroll of fresh grass. But it’s obvious on this special day that the cows need to offset their carbon footprint. After all, they do emit a lot of gas, which increases carbon emissions, so one of them is making a good effort by riding a bike on Earth Day. Thanks for being so green!

Now I need to point out the frightened look of the bicycle riding cow. I’m pretty sure the poor cow’s thinking, “Oh %&$#!!! Did you see that hill? Where are the f&%#ing brakes???”

Henry's April 2011 flyer with cows riding bikes

Henry's April 2011 flyer with cows riding bikes

Thanks Henry’s, for helping us celebrate Earth Day! Next time, go easy on the cow, alright? It’s just trying to do the right thing. And that’s not how you make milk shakes anyway.

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4 responses to “Have you ever seen cows on wheels celebrating Earth Day?

  1. But at least she’s wearing a helmet ;)

  2. And luckily for the cow, the artist gave her hands so she can use the brakes if she can find them :D On the udder hand, she seems to be sitting on her udder… ouchies!

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