10 Best BG Eats When Ballin' On A Budget

10 Best BG Eats When Ballin' On A Budget

A broke college student's guide to cheap meals.

Whether your stress eating from finals, haven't had the motivation to grocery shop in over a month, or your just flat out lazy, eating out sometimes seems like your only option. Eating out can get expensive, UNLESS you know where all the deals are at! Here are some of my fav places to eat in BG when i'm ballin on a budget, and of course don't have any friends left with a meal plan on campus. ;)

1. Buffalo Wild Wings

Bdubs is the perfect place to go for lunch when your in the mood for some boneless wings and fries! Buffalo Wild Wings has a lunch menu, which means you can get a snack boneless wings with your choice of fries, wedges, or buffalo chips for just 7.99! Bdubs also has half off traditional wings on Tuesdays, along with boneless night on Thursdays! Boneless wings are just 70 cents! Although.. just because its cheap doesn't give you an excuse not to tip your server... aka, me.

2. Beckett's

Who doesn't LOVE 50 cent TACOS?! On Tuesdays Beckett's right in downtown BG has 50 cent tacos and on Sundays $5 Apps that are guaranteed to fill you up on your Sunday Funday!

3. Revs

Did you know that on Tuesday's you can check into Reverends Bar & Grill on Facebook and get 20% off your entire bill?

4. Rally's

If you're feelin' fast food Rally's is the way to go! you can get (my personal fav) a chicken bites box and fries for just $2!! Although if you're anything like me, you'll get stuck paying .50 for extra ranch.

5. City Tap

Monday through Wednesday City Tap has got you covered! On Mondays they have 45 cent wings, Tuesdays BOGO burgers, and Wednesdays $9.99 steak dinners!

6. 516 Pizza Pub

Did you know that on Mondays and Tuesdays ALL online orders are 20% off from 4-8 PM?

7. Waffle House

Cure that morning hangover with a an All Star Special from Waffle house! It's only $7.79 for your choice of toast, 2 eggs, bacon or sausage, hash browns, and don't forget the chocolate chip waffle.

8. Campus Pollyeyes

Right now by using the coupons on their website, you can score a free salad with an order of stuffed breadsticks! Also, on Tuesdays you can get any large pizza for just $10!!

9. Guajillo's

Who doesn't love Mexican food?! Stop into Guajillo's right by DQ for some killer lunch specials! You can get a burrito, taco and rice for just $6.25 during lunch! Make sure to stop in since specials change daily. (And don't forget the margs!)

10. SamB's

If you're looking for something a little nicer to get away from the stresses of school and work, I suggest going to SamB's on Monday nights. You can get a 4 piece baked chicken meal served with mashed potatoes and veggies for $9.99!

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What 'The Drink You Bring To Class' Says About Your Personality

I think we're ALL #thirsty.

Sometimes it's a well thought out protein shake made in a blender bottle, a smoothie from a Nutribullet or a venti cappucino with 3 extra shots and a pump of caramel from Starbucks.

No matter what it is, we all have a preferred drink we bring to class.

1. Aloe water drink

You probably follow #fitspo trends on Instagram, but you're not sure if the drink is actually healthy or not. Sure, aloe on the outside of your body is good for it, so what happens when you drink it?

2. Very Large™ iced coffee

You tell your friends, "caffeine doesn't affect me!" but two hours later you're in class with tunnel vision wondering if the new boots you bought will go with your denim skirt.

3. Naked juice

I mean, it's made of sugar basically but you probably think it's the healthiest thing you can get at the convenience store on the way to class. Who needs Starbucks when you can juice your way to a 2,000 calorie diet?

4. Jamba Juice smoothie

It's a step up from a Naked juice but not any better. You probably also follow #fitspo accounts on Instagram and think that drinking a sugar smoothie will get you #swole. It won't.

5. Boba tea

Maybe you're an international student or maybe you're just an American who loves Asian culture, calls everything "kawaii" and can't live without pho. Or maybe you just picked one up on the way to class because a student group was selling them. That's cool too.

6. Unidentified colored liquid in a water bottle

Who knows. You're a complete mystery. It could be Emergen-c, it could be alcohol, it could be a flavored iced tea packet. We can't figure you out.

7. Soda

Your teeth are probably rotting or you don't care what people think of you.

8. Coffee from the pretentious shop on campus

Ugh, we get it. You pay for your coffee without using points. You're so bougie it hurts.

9. Water in a Nalgene bottle covered in stickers

Probably think you're so hip and cool, but no one cares. A sticker that says "Mind the Gap"? Soooo original, Sarah.

10. Gallon of water

Either you're a frat boy who lost a bet, or you just feel a great need to be hydrated. This doesn't make sense. Carry a water bottle like a normal human.

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How Watermelon—A Fruit—Became Oklahoma's State Vegetable



When someone tried to tell me that watermelon was the state vegetable, I giggled. Considering myself as someone who always takes the objective approach, I decided to the research. Google verified that watermelon was the state vegetable AS OF 2007.

I cannot even use time and ignorance as an excuse for this. When Oklahoma had mistletoe as the state flower in the 1800s, it was because mistletoe was not known to be a parasite that decimated precious tree populations. Once politicians found research proving that mistletoe was indeed a parasite, Oklahoma legislature decided to choose a new state flower that properly represented growth instead of poison within the environment. This is not necessarily the case with the state vegetable.

According to Don Barrington, the senator that sponsored A bill proposing for watermelon to be the state VEGETABLE said that the "controversy" had been solved. Apparently, the categorization of watermelon as either a fruit or a vegetable WAS AN IMPORTANT CONTROVERSY FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF OKLAHOMA.

Sorry if you are reading and it feels like I am yelling by putting important phrases in all caps, but everyone needs to be alerted to the fact at HOW PREPOSTEROUS THIS IS. IF I CANNOT GET OVER IT, YOU CANNOT GET OVER IT, EITHER.

Turning back to the main point, we have had many important controversies that the Oklahoma legislature has had to handle with seriousness and wisdom. One includes fracking, and another includes our teachers not being paid enough to teach across the state of Oklahoma. Road construction has been another important issue amongst others. Therefore, there really was not a reason for AN ENTIRE BILL TO BE WRITTEN FOR WATERMELON TO BE CONSIDERED LEGALLY AS A VEGETABLE IN ORDER TO BE THE STATE VEGETABLE.

According to Senator Barrington, he claimed that watermelon was a member of the cucumber family, so it could, therefore, be a vegetable. However, he was met with dissent from a fellow senator who literally pulled out a dictionary and read it, proving that watermelon is considered to be a fruit everywhere else. Senator Barrington also boasted of how watermelon as a state vegetable would boost his "watermelon-growing Rush Springs constituency" since he apparently won a local contest for spitting watermelon seeds the farthest in 1994

Not only is it a problem when politicians ignore definitions IN THE DICTIONARY, but also the problem is cucumbers ARE ALSO NOT VEGETABLES. Senator Barrington claimed that watermelon had to be a vegetable because it is a part of the cucumber family. The issue with this is that scientists have classified cucumbers ALSO AS FRUITS, specifically fleshy fruits that are called Pepos. Therefore, Senator Barrington desired for watermelon to be considered as a vegetable under false claims that it could be a vegetable.

In 2015, Senator Nathan Dahm wrote a bill, Bill 329, to revoke watermelon's designation as the Oklahoma state vegetable. However, watermelon is still the state vegetable because we have many watermelon festivals and some politicians can win competitions for spitting watermelon seeds.



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