Butler Bingo: Archetypes Edition

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It’s finals week and you know what that means. We’ve lampooned the inanity of Butler before, but this year we’ve adapted Butler Bingo around those closest (literally) to you: Butler Archetypes.

Here’s how to play: sit in Butler. Look at the game board. Scroll over each square to read its description. Look around you. When you spot an archetypal individual, click that square to fill it in. When you get four in a row, stand up, shout “BINGO!” and do a little dance. Then pat yourself on the back and feel accomplished that you actually did something while in Butler.

Double-clicking on a square will take you to the Archetype page, and just like at Pleasant Oaks Community Center, each time you play is a whole new experience. Every time you refresh this page, the board randomizes and the positions of the squares change. So play a new game every time you’re in Butler, and good luck with finals!

Move your mouse over a bingo square to read its description.

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  1. Anonymous

    So, like... I definitely won't get judged for this, right?

  2. Anonymous

    Getting fancy with the Javascript, eh, Mr. Hu?

  3. Anonymous

    Left my computer in my room to stop procrastinating. When I used my phone to look up a definition on the Internet, Bwog was open. I give up.

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