Throw-Up from USF Students is a Major Source of Food for NoPA’s Crows and Ravens

See? Crows and ravens wake up in the morning a little bit before we do, and then they get into noisy squabbles over great prizes like this puddle of throw-up from a University of San Francisco student.

Fulton Street sometimes seems like San Francisco’s little piece of State College, PA:

Party on.

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2 Responses to “Throw-Up from USF Students is a Major Source of Food for NoPA’s Crows and Ravens”

  1. “Throw Up” is a verb phrase. Once you throw up, what is left is puke of vomit. Unless you’re in kindergarten and only have “throw up” at your disposal.

    “Student Vomit is a Major Food Source” — less confusing.

    “Blog Posting is a Major Source of Confusion”

    -d

  2. sfcitizen says:

    I agree, but I like using throw-up as noun. Sometimes you gotta work at it, not everything here is crystal clear of course…