The buffalo (Buffalo buffalo) is a large bisonic animal with a spine, two pointy horns, wings, voluminous lungs, a thick furry coat that smells just awful, and flies (in the noun, not verb, sense). Essentially, a big ass goat. A goat on steroids if you will, or one that lives too close to a nuke plant for instance. It is a commonly promoted urban legend that Buffalo's got the spirit, talking loud, talking proud, in spite of the fact that it is not entirely true. And so, to conclude our exciting journey on the life of a buffalo, we close by telling you that a buffalo's dong can grow to 30 feet long. Or, at least that's what Dr. Seuss says.
Buffalo are found on all planets in the Galaxy that are already known to have life. Unfortunately, those are all fictional places with names like TATOOINE, MONGO, VULCAN, CHEEKTOWAGA, and NEW ORLEANS. However, empirical evidence for the existence of extragalactic buffalo is currently lacking. There are, scientists report, many sightings of UFBs (Unidentified Flying Buffalo) throughout the northern region of Africa and Greenland
A somewhat less known habitat for buffalo is the English language, where upwards of eight buffalo can comfortably fit inside a single sentence. This occurrence is frighteningly common and is the only known weakness of the dreaded Russian reversal.
The North American Buffalo
North America is positively rife with buffalo. Some of the most prominent buffalo of North America hail from the Northeastern part of the United States, particularly in the general vicinity of Buffalo, New York. Such buffalo tend to be more aggressive than most; these Buffalo buffalo have been known to buffalo western buffalo with no mercy. In fact, Buffalo buffalo sometimes buffalo other Buffalo buffalo just for the hell of it. However, Buffalo buffalo most prefer to buffalo Buffalo buffalo that Buffalo buffalo buffalo. Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo. This particular observation has been immortalized in a famous limerick by Edgar Allan Poe:
Buffalo buffalo buffalo,
Quoth the Buffalo,
Recipe for Buffalo Omelette
Place in a mixing bowl 2 eggs, 1/4 cup water, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Stir with a fork until the egg yolks are just broken up. Heat 1 tablespoon butter or margarine in a frying pan. As soon as the butter is sizzling, pour eggs into the pan and cook at moderately high heat for 3 minutes. Add 1 large (3,000 lbs) buffalo, and cook for an additional 5 minutes, or until the buffalo is completely melted. Remove from heat, fold buffalo omelette onto a warmed plate, garnish with a sprig of parsley, and serve. Bon Appétit!