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Observing Courtship In Butler Library

Butler can be a lonely place. So what did this guy do? His eyes told it all in a fourth-floor reading room as he sat trying to focus.

The stages of courtship in Butler Library:

 

Stage 1: Catching his eyes of “first sight”

He looks up, and he watches her walk by, his eyes slowly moving downward toward her legs.

 

Stage 2: The doubletake

 

He whips his head back into focus on his laptop, eyes widening.

 

Stage 3: The allowance of distraction

 

She walks by again, he watches her walk away, with a heavy, long stare.

 

Stage 4: Questioning of self

 

He is wondering why his time for studying is spent trying to catch a lady.

 

Stage 5: Trying to save your grade

 

He gets up to go on a walk, either to find her, or to get himself to refocus on schoolwork again.

 

Stage 6: Internal turmoil

 

He thinks he needs to get outside more, and by outside, I mean outside of a library.

 

Stage 7: Putting love above thy studies

 

He is at the point of gawking at her as she works.

 

Stage 8: The cycle repeats

 

He feels distracted. He comes back and sits back down, then stares at another woman. 

 

And that’s what happens when you spend too much time in a library folks. 

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