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Lost, Wandering Coffee Machine

This large contraption was spotted outside of Hamilton 702, just DC chillin’. No cups, no explanation, nothing. This campus is getting more mysterious by the second.

Update: Now with a lost, wandering Chewie!


Photos by ECS, MMT

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7 Comments

  • ummm says:

    @ummm can we please note the ridiculousness of the old shirtless man in the background? thanks.

    1. GS'er says:

      @GS'er ugh… nasty!

  • Eliza says:

    @Eliza Zomg, yes, that too!

  • or... says:

    @or... the super hot redhead chilling on the steps.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous …is that Robert Kasdin?!

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I see the resemblance.
      But I’d be very surprised if it’s actually him. Maybe it’s his creepy GS doppelganger?

  • or... says:

    @or... the girl’s hair matches the sunburn she’s inevitably gonna have

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