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With Love, The Columbia/Barnard Administration And Faculty

We’ve entered into the week that supposedly brings light to the prolonged cold that is the month of February – Valentine’s Week. As we prepare for the weekend’s commercialized promise of romance and lack of loneliness, you might want to start thinking about locking in the moves to ensure a weekend of success.

The suave members of our lovely administration are here to provide you with the ultimate, better-than-Hallmark or anything you could think of Valentine’s Day cards to start printing and distributing to the special someone(s) in your life. They’ll be sure to swoon that Butler 309 regular you’ve been peering from across the table the whole semester.

Plop any of these into the lap/hands/Hewitt tray of any fellow classmate and become invincible to rejection:

 

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3 Comments

  • @Anonymous nerd “Every woman adores a fascist” is a quote from a Sylvia Plath poem.

    1. oh honey says:

      @oh honey several of these are sylvia plath quotes. get with the times

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous bwog missed an incredibly easy joke to put an empty one from dorian warren

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