It also goes a ways towards explaining why my daughter thinks that anything bovine-related is automatically named or related to "Wooly Bully" (the Durham Bulls' mascot, which Bea misnames of course).
For example, after dining at (you guessed it) Bull City Burger and Brewery last night:
|Face-stuffing with a hamburger, where she ate more bun than meat.|
Bea was very, very excited to show her "drawing" of Wooly Bully to (and I swear she said this) his cousin... The Durham Bull:
|Oh how nice. A drawing of a cow ...|
|Better watch it Cow, or you'll be tomorrow's burger!|
|I hope he likes it!|
|See? Right here. Get in line or your ground beef, buddy.|
|Wow. He's kinda tall, huh?|
|Yes, I thought you'd see how great it was!|
Then she asked to "pet" The Durham Bull:
|Don't worry- I sanitize the crap out of that hand ...|
And proceeded to ask questions about his anatomy. Questions like: "Does The Durham Bull have horns?":
Does The Durham Bull have TWO nostrils?:
I'm really hoping we didn't scar her for life ...
|My parents are freaks.|