Moving On To The Weeds

, | Learning | August 26, 2015

(We are in a cattle medicine review just days before our licensing exam.)

Professor: “Perilla mint tends to grow in shady areas along the fence line, and the cows won’t usually eat it unless there’s nothing else to eat. Unfortunately, once they start eating it, it can be hard to get them back on regular pasture. It’s like they get addicted to it.”

Me: *whispers to classmate next to me* “D*** junkie cows.”

Classmate: *whispers back* “It’s because they’re hanging out in the shady areas. Like the ghetto.”

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