In previous blog posts, I’ve documented that cows are used to sell not only dairy products but also wine and beer. At the time I wrote those posts, I never thought I’d find another cow selling alcoholic beverages but today I did.
Tonight we decided to go out for an impromptu dinner after my son’s karate lesson at
our my favorite restaurant called Souplantation, where they have an abundance of soups, salads, pastas, muffins, fruit and desserts to choose from. Somehow this buffet is extremely popular every night of the week. Even though it shares a large parking lot with other businesses, parking spaces are a rarity at dinner time. So tonight we parked a little further down the shopping plaza, where we usually don’t.
As we were making our way to the restaurant, we spotted some flashing neon lights glowing from a neighborhood bar. This is what we saw at first:
I’ve seen the Coors Light logo many times over the years but I’ve never spotted one with a longhorn bull before. I’m not sure of the significance of the bull and its selling power, or if it even works. But wait, that’s not all! This neon cow sign actually flashes to reveal this:
Now, I’m trying to understand why the bull would blow smoke? Is he just so pissed off because someone drank his beer?
Or, did he think he was drinking beer but he happened to grab the hot sauce bottle instead?
Or, since he’s in a bar, is he drinking beer and smoking cigarettes, blowing the smoke out of his nostrils?
Or,… your turn!