If you're looking to spice up your love life with the local bull and
spiral your bovine pleasure into a higher field of existence, it's time
you familiarized yourself with the Cowma Sutra, and Cowsmo is here to
It's a myth that the only way the bull can get his big horn rubbed
is to mount you from behind. Cowma Sutra is best explained as an art
- as there is no other way to explain how to shift over a thousand pounds
of lustful bull meat around you.
Cowma Sutra dates back over a thousand years, originating from Hindu
cows of the Orient, and is the most sacred of all bovine text. Cowma
Sutra means, "a treatise on bovine desire". It's considered
the most comprehensive guide and work on bovine sexuality and psychology
ever written - a bridge between "The Joy of Bovine Sex" and
"Lady Heifers' Lover." The greatest misconception concerning
the Cowma Sutra is the positions, which are really just a small part
of the book - the rest is in balancing all your weight and his.
The first text of Cowma Sutra was written approximately around the
turn of the 3rd Century, in Northern India where sacred Hindu cows were
not bothered by people. Vatsyayamoo Moollanaga cataloged the many sexual
positions imaginable, and theorized many ways to balance the immense
weight. He explains to readers how to balance, to shift, and gyrate
in ways beyond the tradition rear-end embracement.
Cowma Sutra was long thought to be a book about a bull’s manipulation
of the cow, but a good portion of the literature is about a cow's manipulation
of the bull! In the Pasture of Sex, it's all about power, politics,
and sex. However, the translation from the native Hindu text didn't
fare well, so many copies are nothing but pictures. Rest assured, the
illustrations are robust and vivid. Since many cows have never gotten
around to learning to read anyway, without the pictures the book would
be virtually useless to the average cow.
So, this month I plan to introduce you to a most exotic position that
also ideal for beginners, and look forward to presenting you more in
The Churning of the Cream,
as explained from the Virtual Kama Sutra Site
Kamadhenu, the celestial cow with the head of a woman,
born from the churning of the Sea of Milk, has the gift of making every
wish come true. The deserted wife prays to her. O Kamadhenu! She bemoans
the happy times when her beloved showered her with caresses. And here
is the lover returning! He had a dream, he says. Kamadhenu was before
him. She had his beauty's face, her mouth was trembling, her beautiful
eyes glistening with tears. Repentant, he throws himself to her knees.
The lover forgives him. He embraces her, crushing her nearly to the
point of suffocation. Hugs and kisses on her thighs, hugs and kisses
on her breasts. Thanking the celestial cow for opening his eyes, the
lover turns his lingam all around inside the delicious yoni. Divine
reunion. Churning the cream.