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Overheard: Baby Daddy Edition

Waking up with no idea where you are and how you got there isn’t an experience only reserved for the cast of The Hangover. After sitting through the pain of that final three hour exam, who wouldn’t want to go from hitting the books to hitting the bar? While most of these nights end with your Carman hallway smelling like puke and/or Koronet regrets, a select few take it too far. Amidst the sushi and egg noodles of m2m, we eavesdropped as a seemingly ordinary student wondered if he fell into that category.

Student: Do you have any kids?

Guy Behind Counter: Yep, I got two boys. Do you?

Student: … Not that I know of.

Benjamin Button Drop via Wikimedia Commons

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