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Hopefully most of you bid adieu to Butler for 2013, so let this be more of a reflection upon your actions of the past few weeks. Below is a definitive guide to snacking in Butler and the public shaming that goes along with it. If you ever brought halal into 210, Momma Bwog will forgive you. Eventually.

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16 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Anything they eat on planet asia is completely unacceptable.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Ignoring that racist comment, can we real talk for a second? Who are all of the Chinese speaking students in butler? They’re not undergrads I don’t think.

      1. Wake up! says:

        @Wake up! Wait a minute, you mean not all Columbia students are white???

        Seriously, there are far more grad students than undergrad.

  • srsly says:

    @srsly bwog, scallion bagels are not louder than regular bagels. rethink your organization.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Halal is put as the worst option. Halal. Bwog, you are an abomination unto God and Human alike.

  • err says:

    @err Halal does not mean cart food…

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous …fuck those social norms.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous why does it seem like bwog is written by a bunch of 13 year-old girls? When I’m reading this shit, I involuntarily hear a nasally-voiced teenage girl’s narration. To put things in words that these editors would understand, “like, totally omggg bwog is like the worst! like, seriously guys.” The most unbearable part of bwog posts have to be the tags. Shit like “bagels are a vegetable right???… but seriously who can eat sushi and not look like a chubby bunny?” makes me want to vomit on the author. It’s the same sort of involuntary gagging that I feel when reading a buzzfeed “article” or hearing a Kanye West “song.”

    1. check out the last tag says:

      @check out the last tag this is supposed to be bwog’s “sassy gay” voice/side I think? not so much difference, at times, between a “sassy” affectation and pejoratively stereotypical teenage girl talk. (PSA – do people know that one sounds like the other?)

      live and let live, though. bwog has many, many sides.

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous This is valid, but it’s going to get down voted by all of bwog’s friends.

    3. Please says:

      @Please please don’t compare reading a Buzzfeed article to listening to a Kanye West song.

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous both are equally and indefensibly fatuous

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous what about cafe east stinky dumps

  • ugh says:

    @ugh “sassy gay” what an annoying and dismissive archetype

    also, wtf, since when does halal make a SOUND? a SOUND? seriously, it’s rice and meat or pita and meat…that does not make a sound! or does bwog just not understand how a graph works

  • Yo says:

    @Yo Columbia is a mess.

  • Curious says:

    @Curious So where exactly would chipotle end up on this list?

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