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… is just the sort of weird convoluted title you’d expect from a literature type with the freedom to blog. I apologize for my inability to resist using it for this story.

I thought of KIDS TODAY, but that one’s too easy.

I also thought of IVY LEAGUE, but I don’t think kudzu is a form of ivy.

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Cross-country runners are tripping and falling over Davidson College’s kudzu. Davidson has tried hacking it away, but it pops back in minutes.

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The goats they’ve brought to campus promise to eat 12-18 pounds of kudzu every day for two months. I guess they eat down to the roots or something.

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Won’t the runners now slide and fall on goat berries?

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One Response to “The Borrows of Young Wethers…”

  1. dmf Says:

    horns of a dilemma?

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