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First-year students at the Purdue University College of Veterinary medicine
were attending their first anatomy class. A dead cow lay on the surgery table.
Students gathered about the table with the dead body covered by a white sheet.

The professor started the class by stating, "In veterinary medicine it is necessary
to have two important qualities as a doctor. The first is that you not be disgusted
by anything involving the animal's body."

As example, the professor pulled back the sheet, stuck a finger in the butt
of the cow. He withdrew it, and stuck a finder in his mouth.

"Go ahead and do the same thing," he told his students.

Students freaked out, hesitated for several minutes, but eventually took turns
sticking a finger in the butt of the dead cow and then put the same finger in their mouths.

When all finished, the professor looked at them and said, “The second most
important quality is observation. I stuck in my middle finger and put
my index finger in my mouth. Now learn to pay attention. Life's tough but it's even tougher if you're stupid."
 

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I hope that professor gave credit to John Wayne for that last sentence.

See, observation
 

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BCozhunter said:
I hope that professor gave credit to John Wayne for that last sentence.

See, observation

No, he gave credit to Harry Brown.
 

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Might have to try that with new deer camp members.
 

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That joke stinks..........and leaves a bad taste in ones mouth as well !!!
 

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That professor must be related the one that taught the first year med students the same lesson using a cadaver...
 

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After some very acute investigation regarding the alleged veterinarian class incident there appears to be some inconsistencies as follows:

-Some have challenged the location was not Purdue but perhaps MOO YORK? (Don't give up on that one below there are a few UTTERS)

-Specialist have speculated the lab test were actually performed in Hawaii and that perhaps the white sheet was in deed a MOO MOO.

-It has also been suggested this cow did not die of natural causes but was slaughtered. Here is the SKIM: This cow was proved to be a MILK DUD.

-Rumor has it all of the students present were too ashamed to relate the actual facts of the incident, but the details were leaked by a student who was visiting from another class COW CULUS. He was quickly recognized my one of the vet. students when they spotted his COW CULATOR.

-Did the first year students think their finger would taste like MOO LASSES?? Or perhaps they envisioned the sweet fragrance of a COW PIE?? Heck no the instructor just made the class a LAUGHING STOCK.

It is amazing the things a good vet practicing a little illusion can get PAST UR EYES.

This very acute investigation concluded the CONDENSED version of the story is not trustworthy and is grading to be only 2%.

OK! OK! I quit... The humor has run dry....
 

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Yeah, I thinks its time to put you out to pasture.
 

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Born2Hunt said:
After some very acute investigation regarding the alleged veterinarian class incident there appears to be some inconsistencies as follows:

-Some have challenged the location was not Purdue but perhaps MOO YORK? (Don't give up on that one below there are a few UTTERS)

-Specialist have speculated the lab test were actually performed in Hawaii and that perhaps the white sheet was in deed a MOO MOO.

-It has also been suggested this cow did not die of natural causes but was slaughtered. Here is the SKIM: This cow was proved to be a MILK DUD.

-Rumor has it all of the students present were too ashamed to relate the actual facts of the incident, but the details were leaked by a student who was visiting from another class COW CULUS. He was quickly recognized my one of the vet. students when they spotted his COW CULATOR.

-Did the first year students think their finger would taste like MOO LASSES?? Or perhaps they envisioned the sweet fragrance of a COW PIE?? Heck no the instructor just made the class a LAUGHING STOCK.

It is amazing the things a good vet practicing a little illusion can get PAST UR EYES.

This very acute investigation concluded the CONDENSED version of the story is not trustworthy and is grading to be only 2%.

OK! OK! I quit... The humor has run dry....


I just discovered I'm lactose intolerant. I never knew that before.
 

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Admittedly though, I did chuckle when I herd cow culus and cow culator.
 

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That thumbs up to you Ron not the dead cow. If you get my drift.
 
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