Ughh 36 days until Game of Thrones season 4…. Can’t it be here nowwww
A cat in a lap sounds like a diesel engine
The Lannisters swindle their enemies. The Storm Kings hammer them. The Starks cut off their heads. In such company as this, were the Boltons really so…indelicate? Unlike some other houses, my ancestors earned the words, “Our Blades are Sharp.”
When I get my own lovely house, it will all be really normal until you get to a dining room, which will be dimly lit by candles, banners hanging along a stone wall. There will be a long, rectangular heavy oak table and at the top, a life-size replica of the Iron Throne that only I’m allowed to sit on.
Many people saw this photo on the internet and made fun of the “dairy” cow by calling her “stupid” but no one has wondered why she would leave the huge, lush, green pasture behind her and climb over a fence. The cow in the photo is a “first-calf heifer” trying to find her stolen baby. These first time mothers will do literally anything to get to their babies.
A cow will continue to grow physically until she is 3-4 but a “dairy” cow is forcibly impregnated when she is only 15 months old and has her first calf when she is 2. A 2 year old cow is a teenager and will still be playful.
The term “first-calf heifer” is used very frequently in the dairy industry and refers to a cow who has had her first baby. The dairy industry uses the word “heifer” instead of “cow” to describe these first time mothers because they are yet to reach their full mature cow size.
Having not experienced the systematic loss of her babies yet thus very hopeful and ambitious, a “first-calf heifer” will be extremely determined to find and get to her stolen baby that she will literally do anything. This includes crawling over fences, breaking out of fields and walking for miles. To avoid this from happening, dairy farmers try to make their fencing escape-proof with hot electric fence, electric wire strands, steel panels, sturdy barbed/page wires.
well my heart just fucking broke