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JJ’s Place – A Playlist

Either you are about to go out, returning from a night out, or cramming all night for an exam, super hungry, and no other dining hall is open. In any case, JJ’s Place welcomes you with open arms, a killer playlist, and the best fast food on campus.

It is scientifically impossible not to have a good time at JJ’s. The music is loud, the mozzarella sticks are fresh, and all the seats are taken. No one will stop you from having popcorn and milkshakes for dinner, or from dancing with your friends while waiting for Beyond Burgers in line. People are either dressed to the nines or wearing pajamas, so you will never feel like an outsider. You will most definitely find friends, acquaintances, and foes alike scouting the room for an empty table. I’ve seen friendships deteriorate, love blossom, people throw up, and “Parasite” win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Who knows what awaits you on a trip to JJ’s?

Underground paradise via Bwog Archive.

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