By now, you may have seen the two cow theory of economics. Now see your favorite sites explained... by two cows.
You have two cows on Twitter. @Dairycow is tweeting pictures tagged #grassporn. @Beefcow has an egg avatar and is just trolling political candidates.
You have two cows on Facebook. Their milk situation is complicated and Mark Zuckerberg & Crew know everything about their pasture.
You have two cows on Instagram. One posts selfies daily. The other tries to like every picture on their feed, but struggles because of their cloven hooves.
You have two cows on Tinder. One is looking for Mr. Right. The other is looking for Mr. Right Now.
You have two cows on eHarmony. One is looking for Mr. Right. The other gave up a really long time ago.
You have two cows on Tumblr. One has so many feels it can't even. The other needs a trigger warning.
Buzzfeed.My Daily Cow
You have two cows on Buzzfeed. Which one are you?
Google+The Pioneer Woman
You have two cows on Google+. One is 50 years old. The other was forced to sign up.
You have two cows on Reddit. One is looking at gifs of other farm animals and trolling in the comments. The other is circlemilking for that sweet, sweet karma.
You have two cows on LinkedIn. One has a well-updated profile and finds new connections daily. The other hasn't logged in in three years.
You have two cows on Pinterest. One has over 10,000 pins to prepare for her wedding day. The other is curating a list of organization tips that she'll never implement on her farm.
You have two cows on Amazon. One literally cannot stop buying things because she just got Prime. The other is lamenting the impact on local businesses.
You have two cows on eBay. Both were an unwanted gift from your Aunt Judy and are in good used condition. They are available to Buy It Now.
You have two cows on Foursquare. One checks in every time they step into a new room. The other can't understand why they created Swarm in the first place.
You have two cows on Weibo. One, naturally, is from China. The other really wishes she was.
You have two cows on MySpace. One doesn't realize it's not 2004. The other is Justin Timberlake.