An old book held and celebrated for its cover but not flipped through and then pondered after the fact:
Wait, so is it about a weirdly sexy cow and her friends that spend all day looking at a mirror?
Or is it about a club that just likes looking at Elsie, the weirdly sexy cow, who may not be the most appropriate friend for these children to have?
What, exactly, are they watching Elsie do? Cow stuff? Lady stuff?
Does Elsie know they are watching? (I mean, she looks like she is into it.)
Or do they just all go around looking at things, Sexy Elsie and her human child-friends that maybe she had kidnapped for all I know, because they live in a strange world where a slender-shouldered, elegant cow-woman is somehow not the most interesting thing to look at?
But she is unusually sexy for a cow, no?
Did the children make the daisy chain for her? Is that hinting at something awful? Though literally speaking, they would have had to, because elegant forehoof notwithstanding, she doesn’t have the fingers necessary to weave daisies together.
Is it weird if I can only imagine the worst possible uses for the bucket at the bottom of the illustration?
Are they milking her?
Are they “milking” her?
God, I hope they are milking her and not “milking” her.
Is it a “looking but not touching” club?