An evil scientist has put your soul into the body of a cow on a farm thousands of miles away. The only way to reverse the effect is to make it back to your human body alive. How would you accomplish this?

An evil scientist has put your soul into the body of a cow on a farm thousands of miles away. The only way to reverse the effect is to make it back to your human body alive. How would you accomplish this?

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  1. I would become untamable. I would not allow myself to be ridden by any cowboy until my legend alone led me down a path to become a professional bull, used in competitive bull riding. My parents and nephews rope steers. My dad has roped in competition in Vegas. And my nephews are very talented at a young age. It would only be a matter of time before I was being ridden in a rodeo where they were roping. And I (the person) live in Los Angeles, so driving up to vegas to watch them rodeo would be very easy. It would only be a matter of time before I (the bull) was in the same arena as I (the person).

  2. This assumes I’ve got the mental faculties to come up with a plan. I’ll just use my hoofs to write a message to the farmer, have him take me home.

  3. Demonstrate that I’m not a cow to the farmer by taking the derivative of some equation or maybe (even if it’s wrong, a cow doing math should do the trick), then ask them to take me home.

    When I am returned to my rightful human form, I’ll make a joke to my mom about it (she’s an artist who likes painting cows.). Oh, and therapy.

  4. Start communicating like a human, through painting words or something, get recognized as an intelligent animal, get granted rights or something. Ask for a flight back home.

  5. Cows are smart as fuck, so knowing i have the brain power to calculate and analyze things is helpful.
    I guess it would involve escaping from paddocks at night, walking down the roads in the early hours of the morning and jumping into other paddocks during the day to hide among other cows.

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