The 5 Best People And The 5 Worst People On Baylor's Campus
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The 5 Best People And The 5 Worst People On Baylor's Campus

Because I love judging people and don't know how to stop.

The 5 Best People And The 5 Worst People On Baylor's Campus

I have been told I am a "people person." I don't really know what that means, and somehow I suspect nobody does, but I do know that I love people a whole heckin' lot. It has always been my life goal to meet everyone in the world. Just have 30 seconds with them. Like the longest speed dating game ever, minus the awkwardness and the creepy gentleman who see that you have all your teeth and just want to get outta there already and go back to their place.

But I digress.

I tend to make judgments about people, within 30 seconds of meeting them. Eighty percent of human communication is done silently through actions and body language and I trust my instincts, always. So I can know if I will hate or love someone pretty damn fast.

On a college campus, there are people you see/meet that you will love. And people that you will utterly abhor with every fiber of your being. Because there are so many damn people, I have made a list. To save us both time, and offer amusement. To me.


1. Guys who open doors

We don't have gentlemen in California. Or I have yet to find them.

2. People who say "Bless you" when you sneeze

I know you heard me.

3. People that smile at you

Don't just look away quickly. Don't frown or look weirded out. I am smiling out of love.

4. Cafeteria workers

The people at Penland, Memo, East Village, Brooks, anywhere on campus! So kind and helpful and genuinely caring. I love them. They smile and always say bless you. (S/o to Justin at the POD store, he is my favorite.)

5. Gardeners

The grass don't cut itself.

* * *


1. Skateboarders who try and look cool but just end up tripping a lot

I feel bad. Watching you.

2. Slow Walkers


3. Partyers

The ones that went to 4 frat parties on Saturday and can't stop talking about it. Ew.

4. Chapel Sitters that sit on the aisle seat

Why do you look angry when I try and get past you?? You sat there! You knew people would need to get past you! Stop glaring.

5. People that don't LOVE Baylor

Greatest university in the world. And I will stand by that forever.

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