By Bwog Staff on
Nov 27, 2012 4 Comments
A tipster has sent us the following gem uttered by an economics professor explaining off-equilibrium threat:
“I don’t want you to get up in the middle of class, and you don’t want to see me naked!”
…we’d appreciate some context.
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@CC'16 As soon as he said the first half of his sentence, a student stood up to walk out of class. The section roared in laughter.
Whoever you are, keep on trollin’
@Anonymous It was intermediate Macro – Ricardo.
@immature I think what the teacher meant to say was, “I don’t want you to get [it] up during class”
@totally straight econ major Ricardo’s pretty hot though
Most exhausting walk on campus?