Can a cow really jump over the moon? Of course not. With the possible exception of Cosmos Cow, the hero side of beef. Cosmos Cow (who is actually a bull, but we can’t miss a great alliteration opportunity) has traveled the milky way in search of udder silliness. His destination is your show for a super silly space stunt.
He certainly won’t jump over the moon, at least not willingly. You’ll have to shoot him over the moon with a cannon of doom. This just keeps getting better.
You’ll need an audience helper to be the moon and another to break Cosmos’ fall. Cosmos is placed inside the cannon (Ultra tube or silk switch device) to be fired over the moon into an awaiting udder bag (Change bag of your choice). Ring the cow bell and Cosmos takes flight in the slow motion of space. However, Houston needs to be notified because we have a problem. He smashed into a star! He shot for the moon but smashed a star instead. His expression has certainly changed, as you show the silk with a horrified look. Let’s try that again and milk it for all we can. Back into the cannon and he’s gone. Wait, he seems to be stuck in the cannon. Nope, it’s just a puff of smoke he left behind. Let’s check his udder landing bag. Everyone raise a glass of whole milk, Cosmos has made it! Comes with two 15-inch Cosmos silks, one Cosmos horrified expression silk, one smoke silk and online video instructions. DIY video instructions to make your own ultra tube cannon also online. Cannon of Doom and Got Udder change bag sold separately.
Cosmos Cow is based on a poem written by Barry Mitchell in 1995.
Look up in the sky, it’s a cow trying to fly
Everyone spread the word, one got loose from the herd
It’s amazing for goodness sake. A genuine leather flying steak.
Look what’s happening now, he’s trying to land somehow.
He made it, what a relief. It’s Cosmos Cow, the hero side of beef.
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