Nintendo Accepts Real Life Cow Milking Challenge

Nintendo Accepts Real Life Cow Milking Challenge

"They're actually going up there this week."

Billings Farm & Museum in Vermont issued a challenge to Nintendo - a contest to see who can milk real cows the fastest. And it looks like Nintendo has actually accepted the challenge.

Billings sent the challenge in the form of a letter, which it then posted on Facebook, along with the following caption:

"So Nintendo has a new game out called 1-2-Switch and we noticed it includes a cow milking game. We sent them a message inviting them out to our farm to show them how it's REALLY done and to school them at their own game. Haven't heard back yet.

Maybe they're too afraid of a little challenge..."

The official Nintendo account responded to the post, and the two exchanged some brief trash talking.

nintendo cow milking challenge accepted

If that wasn't amusing enough, Polygon contacted Nintendo of America and received confirmation that "they're actually going up there this week." Now let's just hope that it's streamed (pun so very intended) somewhere.

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They probably have a cow in every bedroom for emergency bottles of milk like Link's treehouse in ocarina of time. You'd need some serious squeezie skills to fill a bottle that quick. Not that the cows are much impressed...

Wow, this looks... Really pointless.

Well, if there's one thing I can always count on Nintendo to do, it's to be absurdly eclectic.

Will the Japanese and their wacky fetishes know no bounds?

InflatableHippo:
Will the Japanese and their wacky fetishes know no bounds?

OT: I know Nintendo's a bit attention-obsessed, what with them being complete numbnutses, but come on.

Arnoxthe1:
Wow, this looks... Really pointless.

The tech demo 1 2 Switch musn't be selling very well.

#ProudtobeaVermonter

So have we!

Wait, Nintendo has been milling something for 100 years and no one in the thread made a joke about that? Really? I'm disappointed in you Escapists.

 

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