‘Keeping Up With The Cowdashians’ Is A Thing That Exists Now

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04.29.15 7 Comments

A Northumberland farm is now the home of Britain’s hottest new reality stars, the Cowdashians. Created by Sam Wass, the director of the Great British Meat Company, Keeping Up with the Cowdashians is intended to promote the quality of locally sourced produce by following a bunch of cows named Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kendall, and Kylie. Sure, why not?!

The Northumberland Gazette says of the series:

In the first show “Ooo-arr the Cowdashians” we are introduced to the five sisters at their home in Hadrian’s hills – Wallsteads Farm – and the farmer charged with keeping them in check, Alastair Patterson.

“I don’t know what kind of drama people are looking for with reality TV, but if they want to watch videos of cows eating grass, wandering around and dropping cow pats then they’re in for a treat,” Alastair said.

In other words… Already like a thousand times more engrossing than Keeping Up with the Kardashians? Sold!

(Northumberland Gazette via UK Metro)

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