Dairy Cow Messages you could write:
- Happy M-UDDERS Day!
- You’re legend-dairy.
- You’re a friend like no udder.
- Hay, what’s up?
- I utterly love you.
- Te-AMOO! (Spanish version>)
- You were born udder a lucky star.
- Holy Cow, it’s your birthday!
- I’m still calf asleep.
- It’s pasture bedtime.
- If you don’t marry me, I’ll have a cow.
- Get udder my way.
- Got Milk?
- Manure making some awful puns today.
- I’ll love you till the cows come home.
- You’re like a bull in the china shop.
We made this card for the Miami International Agriculture, Horse & Cattle Show, but it’s a card for everything udder the sun.
GOT MILK? Trivia:
Whether you know her as Elsie the Cow, Bessie, Brownie, Buttercup, Clarabelle, Dottie, Magic or Nellie, you remember the iconic dairy cow, and the ad slogan, “Got Milk?”
The first televised spot for “Got Milk?” is probably still the best-known. It features a radio listener eating a sticky peanut butter and jelly sandwich while following along with an on-air trivia contest. When the host wants to know who shot Alexander Hamilton, the man knows it’s Aaron Burr. But without milk to wash down his food, it comes out as “Anon Blurrg.”
The spot, which was directed by future Transformers filmmaker Michael Bay, was an immediate sensation when it premiered in October 1993. More than 70 spots followed. In a Twilight Zone premise, a man arrives in what he believes to be heaven only to find he has an endless supply of cookies but only empty cartons of milk. In another spot, a newly-married woman expresses disappointment in her choice of a spouse. He thinks it’s because he bought her a fake diamond; she’s upset because he emptied a carton. Time after time, a lack of milk proves life altering.
More Dairy Cow Trivia:
At one point Borden’s Elsie the Cow was better-known than Mickey Mouse. She appeared in movies and “married” Elmer, the white bull who was the mascot for Elmer’s Glue.
(KGTV) — A screenshot going around social media claims DNA testing has revealed a milkman from San Diego fathered more than 800 children in the 1950’s and 60’s, by having affairs with hundreds of women on his route.
But the whole myth is fiction.