Tennis ace Djokovic buys entire 2013 supply of Donkey Cheese
Tennis superstar Novak Djokovic has bought the entire 2013 supply of the world's most expensive cheese -- which costs ·800 a kilo.
Wimbledon winner and world No 1 Novak, 25, wants the donkey's milk cheese to supply a new chain of restaurants in his Serbian homeland.
The delicacy, known as pule, is made in Zasavica, Serbia, and is described as similar to Spanish manchego.
Donkey milk is said to be very healthy for humans as it has anti-allergen properties and is low fat.
Not weird enough
I see your link, and raise you mine.
C: Czech sheep's milk?
C: Venezuelan Beaver Cheese?
O: Not -today-, sir, no.
Is anyone else disappointed that the article doesn't mention exactly how much cheese is involved? Maybe it's just me, but that seems like an important detail a proper journalist would have found out.
All of it. Just like buying all of the shares of a company or when Wal-Mart buys the entire Tide output of Proctor and Gamble such that nobody else may have any, this individual has purchased all of the donkey cheese. All of it.
It is an infinite and all-encompassing sum, and any attempt at further quantification is useless because there is no basis for comparison since nobody else may posses the item. All that matters is that this gentleman has all of the donkey cheese, so you'll be having none this year unless you buy it from him.
Unless you have lactating donkeys.
Your caption is what really makes this post special.