Eat More Chickin’
May 7 | 1 Comment
I’ll take a number one with cheese. That would be a Whopper from Burger King for those of you scoring at home. They say, “Hold the pickles, hold the lettuce. Special orders don’t upset us. All we ask is that you let us serve it your way!” With a motto like that, how can I say no?
All you Mickey Dee fans, don’t be haters. I just happen to value meat over trinkets in my value meals. Sure I could choose to have two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun, but quite frankly, I haven’t enjoyed a Big Mac since I was three.Maybe I’m growing up after all.
You know who else is growing up? Molly the cow. Read this story as to how she cheats the grim butcher out of getting her soul.
A wily cow turned the streets of Queens into a Wild West scene Wednesday when it broke out of a halal slaughterhouse and led lasso-toting cops on a merry chase.
The hot-footed heifer made a break from Musa Halal Inc. on Beaver Road, darting through traffic in a desperate attempt to avoid becoming barbecue.
The bolting bovine, weighing about 500 pounds, charged up 109th Ave. in South Jamaica just after 1 p.m. with cops and a butcher in pursuit.
Cops cornered the moo-moo in Kahn’s yard, shooting it with a tranquilizer gun before lassoing it.
At least a dozen cops teamed up to get the cow into the trailer, witnesses said. It was taken to the city Animal Care and Control facility in Brooklyn.
The gallivanting hay-eater’s Houdini attempt apparently paid off. City officials said the animal – who they named Molly – will be headed for greener pastures.
Khan’s pal Imran Asif, 23, said he jumped on the hood of a parked truck to avoid being trampled by the beast.
“When it passed by, I didn’t want it to break my knees and my kneecaps,” Asif said.
Hey Asif, if you paid your gambling debts and you wouldn’t have to worry about getting knee capped by a cow. I just hope Molly’s heavily accented “Mooing” won’t cause her too much ridicule from the other barnyard animals.
Photo courtesy of DelMundo for News.