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HAHAHAHA…man, this got me cracking up out loud fo real. lol
Hahaha, classic yo. And props for throwing it in the show.
ohhh…i just got it.
Haha, very funny and I’m a vegetarian! I have a cartoon blog too, just started, would love you to visit.
LOL! Good one.
In this cartoon, the author was trying to mock the fact of people buying “Ground Beef” for their meals. In writing, the capitalized letters represent the majority of people who love ground beef. The lower cased letter represents few people who do not like beef. According to common way of spelling the word beef, letter “e” should be lower case. Whereas in this situation, upper cased letters reveal the meaning of irregularity. This idea compromises with the drawing, since this cow has no legs.
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