June 01, 2007

Why Buy A Cow...

...when you can swap the one you already have for a bigger penis?

Apparenty, it's Balkan thing.

Serbian men are swapping their prize cows to get a bigger penis.

The bizarre exchange was revealed by the country's top plastic surgeon Srecko Djordjevic who said dozens of farmers obsessed with the size of their penis had traded in their prize cows for larger members.

He said: "The size of a man's member seems to play a big role in our society and the price of the operation, around 400, is almost exactly what a good cow is worth - so farmers are choosing to swap a cow if it means a bigger penis."

The urologist, who is based in the central town of Kragujevac, told the news agency Sina that the only problem had been that some farmers had unrealistic ideas of what they could get for their money.

He said: "Some of them want to add 10 centimetres and that is just not possible - at least not for just one cow."

For those wondering, 10 Centimeters is close to four inches.

Posted by Gary at June 1, 2007 04:02 PM | TrackBack
Comments

4 inches? hahaahahahaha...s

Seriously you fellows have to travel over there and tell the guys it's not what you have ...it's what you..well you konw....you owe it to Western Civilization...they're trading in their cows...c'mon...have a heart..

Posted by: Mrs. Peperium at June 1, 2007 10:17 PM

Sorry for all the typos. If you have fathers who thought they were James Bond, you would understand how important these cows are. In all seriousness, the Serbs have some of the nicest cows in the world. These cows do not look like the cows here. The men bath them. These cows were the only private property these fellows were allowed to have for decades. And now they are trading them in...for 4 inches...sad really...

Posted by: Mrs. Peperium at June 1, 2007 10:22 PM

Well, I guess getting a set of "platform shoes for Mr. Happy" is a better deal than a sack full of magic beans.

Unless the cows in question are really special cows. LIke the Arnold Ziffel of cows or something. Can these cows do differential equations or prepare tax returns?

Posted by: Russ from Winterset at June 3, 2007 11:56 PM