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6 hours ago, BWW said:

When you're happy to be a blow in.

Bet you have the same question as I do which the sodding article does not answer. They don't even seem to understand Orwell. #FLUFFY

https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/fluffy-calf-becomes-familys-latest-4870584

The reporter and the news editor on that site or paper or whatever it is can’t spell and doesn’t even know how to use a spellchecker, surely this is a basic requirement for journalism even in rural Devon? 

When does Fluffy become steak?

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A family of farmers have decided to keep their adorable fluffy calf as a pet after birth complications which made the poor animal unwell.

Honey, who is a mix between a Charlais bull and a Dexter heffer, has been taken in by the Northmore family, who live in Cornwood, Ivybridge - and she's absolutely loving it.

Ten-month-old Honey loves the pet lifestyle; from watching the news to snuggling with her canine brothers and sisters, she loves being part of the family.

Carolyn Northmore, who works at South Moor Vets, says they decided to keep their gorgeous new family member after her 18 year-old daughter Molly was furloughed from her apprentice job due to the pandemic.

Are they farmers?

I've never heard of farmers taking in a calf.

Sounds like daft wimmin.

 

Carolyn said: "She came indoors because it was too cold for her to stay outdoors back in March. It's one of those really happy coincidences.

March wasnt cold.

Animal is going to be hitting 12 months, so big, even if a dexter.

Constantly fart n shit.

 

 

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