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nope, sorry, they are called udders... nice try though...

Main Entry: utter

Function: verb

Etymology: Middle English uttren, from utter outside, adverb, from Old English ūtor, comparative of ūt out

Date: 15th century

transitive verb 1 obsolete : to offer for sale

2 a : to send forth as a sound <utter a sigh> b : to give utterance to : pronounce, speak <refused to utter his name> c : to give public expression to : express in words <utter an opinion>

3 : to put (as currency) into circulation; specifically : to circulate (as a counterfeit note) as if legal or genuine <utter false tokens>

4 : to put forth or out : dischargeintransitive verb : to make a statement or sound

Main Entry: ud·der

Pronunciation: \ˈə-dər\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English, from Old English ūder; akin to Old High German ūtar udder, Latin uber, Greek outhar, Sanskrit ūdhar

Date: before 12th century

1 : a large pendulous organ consisting of two or more mammary glands enclosed in a common envelope and each provided with a single nipple — see cow

So I mis-spelled. At least I can go out and look at multiple sets of "sheep udders" anytime I want :sheepfucker:

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This has been a test to see how winter effects riders.

Had this been a real snowfall you would have been instructed on how to put skis on your bike.

Anybody bored?

Must be winter with snow on the ground. Sigh...

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