Today we take a break from the usual stories. We join a discussion between Professor Wahundura, and students from his Kifutwetwe Institute of Juxtapositioning Paraphenalia. Here he offers a Masters Diploma (or Ndigiloma as he likes to call it) in Reverse Psychology and Motorized Contraptions. It’s the first one of its kind anywhere.
His most famous work is a phrase he coined recently. He hopes it will be included in the great mass of work known as famous quotes.
He said if you insert an onion in the northern side of a donkey facing north, what you would expect from the southern side in a matter of time would be onion oxide or dioxide of the same.
This man could have shared a podium with Aristotle.
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Previously on this story: Loithi, the village relic was stuck in a thorn bush. She had been sent there by a raging bull.
If you’re just joining us, you can read the first part of the story here.
Today on this story: The main stars are bull and the farmhand.
Behind the mad bull that morning was a young man who took his job too seriously. He was my Great Aunt’s farm hand.
He insisted on being referred to as the “farm manager.”
My Great Aunt lived in a dairy farming community. Hers was the only bull for miles around. This was down to her adventurous spirit.
Other farmers did not share her sense of adventure.
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