What’s going on Flippy? Now mommy is calling Victoria daddy’s “whore.” Maybe “whore” also means “daughter?” Because Victoria sure does call him “daddy” a lot. Is Victoria my sister?
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The two reportedly exchanged Yahoo addresses right before leaving the Gala in their respective family Subarus, but only time will tell if the mutual promise to “definitely keep in touch over the school year” will be upheld.
“Only time and weekly episodes at 9pm EST will tell Who Will Get Chair, which, as far as Flipside investigators can tell, is the premise of British Chair Show. That, and gratuitous rape scenes that fanboys insist are ‘for the realism.'”
Women’s soccer is now insisting upon real cleats in lieu of university-issued stilettos.
Hollywood Not Yet Sexist Enough, Plans To Release ‘12 Angry Women’ About A Dozen Jurors With Synced-Up Cycles
“Fuck you, Sheila, I can write women,”
One uncomfortably-mustachioed student, however, looks forward to something a little different: the onset of mosquitoes sucking fluids from his body.
Within the past two weeks, Ramos’s memoir has overtaken the previous local bestseller entitled How To Major In Theatre And Not Be A Loser: The Meghan Markle Story.
“I don’t know whether it was the timing, or the wording, or the fact that Eric’s grandmother just died, but for some reason, me ironically mentioning my desire to ascend from this mortal plane wasn’t well-received,” said the student at the heart of this unprecedented development, who wishes to remain nameless.
And yes, perhaps you’re just keeping your options open because you “think you can find someone better.” Well, I have a little something to say to you, JESSICA — just because it’s true doesn’t make it hurt any less.
Surveys conducted by HPaW reveal that a shocking 31% of Northwestern students have a dangerously low blood alcohol content which coincides with a precipitous decline in the population’s party invites. The social capital of students with functioning livers is apparently critically low. “It’s a self-perpetuating cycle,” Mason Wincheski, Weinberg junior, sighs as he wipes a small paper cut with a disinfectant wipe in the desperate hope to get alcohol into his system. “Everyone knows anyone worth anything has an unhealthy