Thursday, November 6, 2008



Cows lie down when it's about to rain.
An old country myth claims that a field
filled with cows lying on the ground is a sure
sign of imminent rain.


But once again, there is no truth to this whatsoever. Cows more often lie down when they are chewing their cud (regurgitated lumps of previously eaten grass). If they live in place where rain is frequent, there are bound to be times when their prone position coincides with precipitation. Next thing you know there's an old wives' tale about their meteorologica
l prowess.

It's going to rain... mooo!!!


Monching said...

Napapagod sa kangingima kaya humihiga. O, laban ka? May rhyme di ba ha ha ha!!!

Bay Martin said...

Korek ka dyan!

Monchito said...

May be, dahil sa bigat ng tummy nila, kaya they need to lie down. What do you think?