WTF is a cow statue doing on the lobby of the i2 Building in Asiatown IT Park?
On my way to the office one morning I was running as I was already late for work. I noticed a statue of cow displayed at the ground floor lobby. But I didn't really put much thought into it because of things preoccupying my mind at the time. Only when a colleague brought up the topic did I remember it which also made me ask why a statue of a cow was there.
He was also wondering what the cow was doing on the lobby. We all know that it's almost Halloween but why would a cow be part of the display. Is it to scare us? "Moo!" instead of "Boo!"?
According to another colleague, he said that cows have horns which is associated with hell which is related to Halloween.
The most logical reasoning that another colleague told me was that the cow is a sacred animal of Indians and we have trainers who came from India as of the moment. So does that mean that this statue was set up temporarily for these folks?
Haha, I don't get myself sometimes. With all the answers given, it's really funny how people's minds work. I know I should stop talking about cows and such but I just can't help but shake my head from side to side when I see this weird display.
Does anybody have a more believable answer?
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