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LNB: Why I Am Not Writing A Personal This Year

Former EIC Youngweon explains why she isn’t posting a Bwog personal this year.


Every year I post a joint personal with Finn, but this year I’m not. There are two very simple reasons for this: Finn graduated so there’s no point in even bothering to write a personal because it would mean nothing if it’s not a joint personal with him, and also I’m no longer single for the first time since coming to college in my senior spring. He doesn’t go here but trust me, he exists! Sorry to all the nonexistent people who would have contacted me via my personal. You missed your chance. I still hate Valentine’s Day. It’s tacky, consumerist bullshit.

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2 Comments

  • Finn Klauber says:

    @Finn Klauber “My boyfriend is real! He just goes to another school.” – Youngweon

    Think I last heard this one in the middle school hallways

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous ok

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