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Novak Djokovic loves this donkey cheese

Cheese Rules Everything Around Me - Susan Mullane-US PRESSWIRE

Tennis and expensive cheese go hand in hand. I guess.

Nope, "donkey cheese" isn't some Guy Fieri menu item. It's literally cheese made from a donkey. Well, from a donkey's milk. I guess that's how cheese works.

The Huffington Post has the incredible vital story.

Djokovic, the number-one ranked singles tennis player in the world, has purchased the entire global supply of Pule, a rare cheese produced from donkey milk that can cost over $500 per pound, ABC News reports.

I guess I'm probably supposed to make some sort of hackneyed joke about "performance-enhancing cheese," or perhaps make a joke about poops.

I'm sorry, but that's just not the whey I do things. That sort of buffoonery makes my blood curdle. The udder gall of some of those unimaginative writers! I wish I could round up all those hacks and send them out to Pasteur. Unless my mammary fails me, that's never been the mark of a Gouda journalist, let alone a sportswriter. I'm going to take the high road on this one, folks. It's a road I'll probably have to walk provolone.

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