Ancient Chinese Cattle Warriors

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Ancient Chinese Cattle Warriors is…

Ancient Chinese Cattle Warriors[edit]

Ancient Chinese Cattle Warriors is a TV show airing soon on Fox. The groundbreaking cartoon features voice acting by Tom Hanks, Richard Simmons, and newbie Nic Newman.

This show is aimed at children, and is a cartoon.

The show features a multitude of cows who fight ninja-matrix style against the farmers that try to control them. The cows' appearance is similar to that of Home on the Range if they were dressed as Neo and Trinity.

The slogan of the warriors is "Not too square!" which, as director Nic Newman says, makes no sense, but attracts the kids.

The first episode airs on Fox on Saturday, September 3rd, at 10:00 AM US. Central time.

Look forward to it!

The theme song[edit]

Snoop Dogg makes an appearance in this multi-million dollar show for the theme song. He raps about the cows in a bizzare way. The best we can make out is...

"WUT NIGGA THAT CHINESE CATTLE WARRIOR SPEARING UP DEM COWZ WUT" "NIGGAZ GET DAT JET STREAM GOIN ON DEM HOS"

This was the original theme song, which was decidedly too vulgar for children's TV. The show now has a different theme song, still performed by Snoop, but with a different wording for "family-friendly" show.

Those lines now read: "Look, the black people are pretending to be chinese cattle warriors killing cows!" "Black people are squirting milk out of their nipples at a very fast rate, they seem to be attacking their fellow cattle herders!"

References[edit]

  • The dynamics of interbeing and monological references in Dick and Jane:A study in psychic transrelational gender modes by Bill Watterson

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