Written by Bwog Staff
Midterms month is rough, what with the long hours spent staring up at the ceiling of the Butler reading rooms (are those deer antlers? I think so!) and praying for it all to end. Might we suggest some (potentially) intimate human contact to help you recover your undoubtedly fleeting social acumen? All interested parties should contact Bwog via email and we’ll provide the $5 for the date. And as always, nominate your friends (or yourself) for a personal by emailing [email protected]
GUY FOR GIRL
Name: Kirill Skok
Major: Econ Philosophy
Hometown: New York City / Kharkov, Ukraine if we look way back.
Best Book You’ve Read For Class: Crime and Punishment and Hero of Our Time in a tie
Worst Book You’ve Read For Class: Great Expectations in 8th Grade
Most shameful thing you’ve done to procrastinate: Trolling Craigslist with a friend and penning fake responses to personals.
Beverage of choice: Water, semi-dry white wine, and Sam Adams, tied.
What are your most played songs on iTunes?:
Kargo – Sairin Elinde (Turkish Rock Song)
Dokken – Breaking the Chains
Rammstein – Wo bit du
Joy Division – Interzone
Pavement – Date with Ikea
What do you wish were your most played songs on iTunes?: A melange of Poison, Bon Jovi, Dokken, and Twisted Sister
Favorite Morningside Heights meal: Judge Deluxe with Curly Fries, Hamdel
The title of your memoir: Wouldn’t I have to be successful before I start thinking about things like that?
Dream date, five words or less: El Bulli, Mountains, Beach Sex.
Things you’re looking forward to the most this year: Really looking forward to winter break and New Year’s
Things you’re looking forward to the least this year: Really not looking forward to the end of winter break.
GIRL FOR GUY
Name: Darya Deker
Hometown: Sherman Oaks, CA
Best Book You’ve Read for Class: Urbanism, Le Corbusier; El Coronel No Tiene Que Le Escriba, Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Worst Book You’ve Read for Class: Everything from
Most shameful thing you’ve ever done to procrastinate: First, I think it’s apparent that I have no shame. But to answer the question, it’d have to be the time I tried to make a dress out of an umbrella.
Beverage of choice:Caffeine-free Diet Coke, The Heights’ mango-passion margaritas
What are your most played songs on iTunes?
1. Montanita, Ratatat
2. Gardenhead/ Leave Me Alone, Neutral Milk Hotel
3. Under Control, The Strokes
4. Ghostwriter, RJD2
What do you wish were your most played songs on iTunes?: Beirut’s cover of Grizzly Bear’s “Knife,” anything by Youngblood Brass Band, Kings of Leon, and The Unicorns.
Favorite Morningside Heights Meal: A Stroko’s or Westside Market salad; the ‘fixins’ of which are most definitely dependent on my mood. But goat cheese is a must.
The title of your memoir: Did This Fall Out of One of Your Orifices? (taken from a conversation with my mother, c. 2002) or Where’d They Go? (this is actually the working title; I began it one afternoon last spring, upon losing my anthropology class at the Met.)
Dream date, 5 words or fewer: We wake up in Brazil
Thing you’re looking forward to most this year: Celebrating the one- and two-month anniversaries of filling out this survey, basketball season, tree-lighting on College Walk.
Thing you’re looking forward to least this year: Walking from Plimpton to 1020 in the rain/snow, reading period.