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Laundry Rooms As Campus Bodies of Water

“Did you really think writing this post was a worthwhile use of your time?” You ask. “Yes, indeed,” I answer. Welcome to Bwog.

Hogan = Dodge Pool. Small but reliable.

Plimpton = Those Metal Containers of Soup in Ferris. Lawless, hot, but still good in the end.

Wien = Tub of Everclear Jungle Juice. Dirty and burning. Lovecraftian.

Laundry Room at Home = Fountains on Low. Undeniably the best option.

John Jay = The Literal River Styx. Swampy and damp. Belongs in Dante’s inferno.

Harmony = Cup of Tea You Just Made. Warm and clean. Delicious!

Hartley/Wallach = That Puddle You Stepped in. Deeply and profoundly irritating.

Lion Laundry Service = PrezBo’s Tub. Unnecessary, expensive, not that well-rated.

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