Have you heard about the big cow? He is very big —enormous, actually.
Knickers, the seven-year-old Australian cow (technically, a steer), stands over six-feet tall, and weighs a whopping 3,086 pounds, which is about 1.4 tonnes. A giant.
And, if those facts alone don't convince you of Knickers' massive stature, just take a gander at this photo of him towering over a heard of cows:
— 7 News Central Queensland (@7NewsCQ) November 27, 2018
He's real big.
Naturally, after people learned of Knickers, they have not been able to stop talking about just how big he is. And, as a result, numerous memes and reactions have spawned, expressing emotions ranging from shock and surprise, to admiration and love.
So....... you're saying the steaks are high.
— Tom Prestigiacomo (@prestotom) November 27, 2018
White Moose: an old god, pursuing its own business, indifferent to human affairs
Giant Australian Steer: a new god, raging at the fact of its own existence, a swollen boil for which no lance has been forged. the earth trembles pic.twitter.com/wdCsq6pBsQ
— Jared Pechacek (@vandroidhelsing) November 27, 2018
Me still trying to shop at Forever 21 pic.twitter.com/Cc60PVKfxq
— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) November 28, 2018
There are absolute units looking at this guy thinking “look at this absolute unit”. https://t.co/tZv8ds1oPX
— Scott Jordan Harris (@ScottFilmCritic) November 27, 2018
saw people tweeting about a huge cow and in my cynicism believed it couldn't possibly be big enough to warrant this much attention. I was wrong. absolutely massive.
— JuanPa (@jpbrammer) November 27, 2018
People: "If only there were some good news sometimes."
The internet: "Here's a really big cow."
People: "Close enough for now."
— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) November 27, 2018
big cow grape surgeon
distraction in an
era of gloom
— Jacob Shamsian (@JayShams) November 28, 2018
Announcing that I will step down as leader of the "There Will Never Be a Big Large Cow" Party, effective immediately. This is due to recent developments that you may be aware of
— Naaman Zhou (@naamanzhou) November 27, 2018
Jan: Big cow
Feb: Big cow
Mar: Big cow
Apr: Big cow
May: Big cow
Jun: Big cow
Jul: Big cow
Aug: Big cow
Sep: Big cow
Oct: Big cow
Nov: Big cow
Dec: Big cow
— Garrett Mundy (@GarrettIvo) November 26, 2018
by age 30 you should:
— meet me in the $BIN (@mountain_ghosts) November 27, 2018
ME: how big can that cow actually be
*sees the big cow*
woah! big cow!!!!!
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) November 28, 2018
Stay big, Knickers. Stay big.