What’s Wrong With This Picture?

Other than the fact it’s a cow Elvis.


Here’s a little quiz to amuse you while you shelter-in-place.


Did you notice the udders? Alert reader Clementine caught something  completely different.  There are only three legs.  Here’s another picture from a slightly different angle.

Still no fourth leg.

13 responses to “What’s Wrong With This Picture?

  1. She has four leg!!! On the second pictre, you can see… But wow to tihs picture, although Elvis’s not cow…

  2. Karen Middleton

    The udders need to go. Who does this. Some bulls do have horns. Mostly just cows. I was raised on a cattle farm. I’ve seen alot of bulls but never a Elvis bull.

  3. I wanted to add to my comment I just posted, but wasn’t able to. In the second picture the fourth leg is clearly visible. It’s just mostly behind the front leg. I can’t believe I’m writing about this, I think I’m losing my sanity in this isolation. Very sad news yesterday, that Knox Phillips died.

    • Hi Katgirlblue. Now that you point it out, I think I can see the hidden leg. What I’d like to see is the very visible udders.

      Hang in there with the isolation.


  4. Hi Phil, I’m not sure I understand the answer. Are you saying it’s wrong to have udders because Elvis was not female, or that a cow cannot have udders AND horns? Certain breeds of cows do have both, but they’re female of course. So, it is not correct to say that what’s wrong is that it has both, because there are breeds where the female also has horns.

    • Hi Katgirlblue. Thank you for pointing out the fact that some breeds of cows have both udders and horns. In spite of that, my point was that no cow Elvis should have udders.


  5. Well, Elvis most definitely was NOT female.


  7. It has both, horns and an udder

  8. Clementine Moriarty

    He is missing a leg & Hoof!

    • Hi Clementine. The answer I expected was that it had udders, but I love what stood out to you. I wonder if anyone else noticed the missing leg but didn’t write in. I have another picture from a slightly different angle, and it does not reveal the fourth leg. I think I’ll add it to the post.


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