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Field Notes: An Absurd Weekend Edition

This list is a hell of a lot funnier when you imagine that only a singular person did all of these things within the span of a couple days.

Bwog Turns Absurd

  • Awoke one morning from uneasy dreams, and found themselves transformed in his bed into a gigantic insect-like creature
  • Fought with Lerner
  • Captain Marvel Hot
  • Achieved perfect drunkenness level 2/3 nights this weekend
  • Ate so much vegan food they exploded

Bwog Becomes Socialites

  • Was pampered with gifts from their sorority big and went to their first semi formal!
  • Threw a surprise birthday party… for an Aries
  • Talked to a 10-year-old boy about his slime mold for 10 minutes
  • Made and drunkenly presented an entire Google Slides presentation on how alligators influenced their childhood

Bwog Takes Care Of Themselves

  • Napped the depression away
  • Saw so many dogs on Low Beach
  • Power cleaned my room and can now see their floor!
  • Ate Goldfish and apple juice for breakfast this morning
  • Didn’t kiss anyone

Gregor Samsa via Flickr.

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