February 15, 2007

You Know You Love It

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Thank you for all the submissions this week! Keep them coming to [email protected]. I would also like to open up the forum to funny things you see written on desks, walls, chairs, etc. Today I saw written on the wall in the Uris Media Room: “I like men who aren’t gross chauvanists” and in response : “I like girls who can spell.” There’s some funny stuff out there. Find it, send it and then look for it every Thursday in Daze.

Girl: Do you know when the meteorite that wiped out the dinosaurs landed?
Guy: No, sorry, I don’t really know much about paleontology.
Girl: But that’s not paleontology, that’s meteorology!
— Jameson Hall Elevator

Chipper Grad Student: Why do you have the word “hiccup” written on your hand?
Sad-looking Grad Student: My grandmother wants me to look up cures. She’s had them for a day and a half now.
— Sage

Girl: Ugh, my stomach hurts.
Guy: Maybe it’s your ovaries…
Girl: …Do you think it could be from last night?
— Olin Café

Boy: Veggie pockets; for those of you who don’t like meat, but still want diarrhea.
— 3rd floor Cascadilla

Girl in pajamas on phone: Yeah, you should come hang out at the library…uh huh … uh huh … yeah, bring my toothbrush, yeah?
— Uris Cocktail Lounge bathroom

guy: Yeah she looked like … you know…
Guy’s friend: Like Shakira?
guy: Hell yeah brother you know me!
Guy’s friend: Yeah, and I know she didn’t look like Shakira.
— Ho Plaza

Chick: Um, yeah … I just can’t think of the word … damnnit…
Guy: Uh…
Chick: It’s on the tip of my tongue … mmm…
Guy: Uh…
Chick: Uh … pizza!!
— Undisclosed location

Frat Boy 1: So ultimately, it comes down to a question of this: are you the kind of person who is willing to pay an extra two dollars for onion rings or always goes with the free fries?
Frat Boy 2: Those fries are not free. You are paying for them in the cost of your burger!
— Collegetown

Dude 1: Dude, where’s my pen?
Dude 2: Dude, you reference that movie way too much.
Dude 1: Dude, lay off.
Dude 2: Alright, dude, I’m just sayin.
— Ivy Room