Bound to give you a horrible hangover in the morning
Ah, Cinco de Mayo, the favorite holiday of frats/srats and other cultural appropriators everywhere. Here’s what some Columbia students did on the holiday/the first day of reading week.
Went into a fit of rage at Amigo’s after not getting seated 45 minutes after my RESERVATION TIME. Went to the Heights where I had some good margs. Drunkenly twerked to Shania Twain.
Went to Amigo’s (with previous Bwogger). It was packed (as expected), but we had a reservation and still weren’t seated like 40 minutes later. The hostess was just super stressed out, and literally walked out of the restaurant. lol
I actually did go to the midnight breakfast at the church. I also got tickets to Spec dinner WHICH I FOREWENT FOR MIDNIGHT BREAKFAST.
Went to Beta formal. Fell and skinned my knees before even getting into the cab to go to the venue. Went back to my room afterward, and a random brother (who had accompanied my suitemate back) had locked himself in my bathroom and passed out.
Got drunk-called by someone at the Beta formal. Closed my window in anticipation of the Circle of Life.
Got caught up on The Wicked + The Divine which is SUCH A GOOD SERIES HOLY SHIT. In other news, I’m going to get back into comics over the summer since I stopped keeping up halfway through February.
Spent a lot of my day trying to track down a lost check. Turns out my boss lost my timesheet. The HR person I talked to said I had a cool UNI, though.
Woke up drunk. Had a special night with my new rice cooker (the fucker does meat, vegetables, and rice at the same time). Went to bed just shy of ten.
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