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Four Loko has inspired more than a few artists in the past, but now one of Columbia’s own has paid homage the ban-inducing alcoholic energy drink. A tipster spotted this hand-crafted door decoration in John Jay. In other freshperson debauchery news, Natty Light and someone’s jeggings were left just outside Carman during a particularly exciting celebration of Homecoming.

Just what McKim, Mead, and White had in mind

Sometimes It's Tough To Keep Your Pants On

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4 Comments

  • sorry guys says:

    @sorry guys Four Loko just pumps me up too much and I forget that I’m not supposed to start taking her clothes until we’re indoors

  • :) says:

    @:) YEAYEAYEA JJ5 FTW!

  • Performance Enhancing Substances says:

    @Performance Enhancing Substances Why did the 4 lokomotives stop at once?

    They ran out of Joose.

  • pshhh says:

    @pshhh Joose > Four Loko

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