The Puppy Bull was an issue of the Daily Bull that was the brainchild of Rachel Richardson and then-editor Gruesome Goohum . Daunted by the unrelenting pressure of producing a daily sheet of paper that most considered esoteric or paper airplane fodder, Goohum called on the assistance of Richardson who suggested "Let's just put pictures of puppies in it."

The Puppy Bull is widely considered the least groundbreaking and most pedestrian issue of The Bull ever to touch Commons tables and was therefore not included in the Bull book. This dismayed no one besides Richardson who is still kind of bitter.

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