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A cow with a stomach window
Ever want to watch a cow digest its food? Veterinary technology has the answer!
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pets of the Elder Gods
, Alexis St. Martin, George Saunders
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thats baron harkonnen with the gloves
but what a sweet deal for all the stomach parasites, a room with a view!
it must take forever to fill that thing with whipped cream or jelly
...but so worth it
They had a cow like this at LSU when I was a little kid... I remember taking a field trip, seeing it, and being absolutely amazed by it.
I don't mind seeing grass jelly spill out of a cow. At least it's not pus.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious
I think the Japanese did something similar during WW2. Except their experiments involved the use of live humans.
Ah yes. Delightful old Unit 731.
Astonishingly, in this case they didn't set the precedent. It was wacky American doctors in the early 1800's!
Needs "George Saunders" tag...
I know not George Saunders, but I have added the tag.
A 30 second google search didn't help with how this's relevant, but I trust ya.
I remember a safer, more sane time when only extradimensional beings could reach into your insides and fiddle with your guts.
Answers all my grass-into-poop-related questions and then some.
You only need to make the window once. For the rest of the cows you just show them the one with the fucking porthole and they will happily regurgitate their grass for you.
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