Do You Dayge Or Darty?
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Do You Dayge Or Darty?

The real college line is drawn between people who darty and people who dayge.

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Do You Dayge Or Darty?
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My first week of Sophomore year of college has officially finished. Now nothing that exciting happened during this week besides new classes and finding out that biking to campus is a lot harder than it looks I realized that there is one difference between Arizona and Ohio, besides the heat, and that is daygers.

During my freshman year, I definitely went to my share of day parties conforming to the word used for them, calling them daygers. Dayger puts the words "day" and "rager" together as this is what I've learned people in Arizona only call them.

When I went home this summer I attended these so called "daygers." And when I called them a dayger not only was I actually yelled at but I was forced to correct my wording to what we call it as a "darty"-- combining the words "day" and "party."

After three months of being home, this word truly stuck with me and I became a firm believer in it and that the word dayger is high-key stupid. However, coming back to school dayger became the norm and when I used darty I was YELLED at by literally everyone.

My friends actually were [friendly] fighting over Snapchat about darty vs. dayger. I've probably heard every argument about which one is better or how one made sense or how the other doesn't.

Personally, I'm on the darty side. I think it just makes more sense-- day plus party equal darty. Dayger is day and rager and to be quite honest ragers remind me of high school parties in smelly basements wearing jerseys and spandex shorts (why was that even a thing?).

I do, in a way, see people argue when it comes to dayger. It's easier to say to someone, "Hey did you dayge this weekend?" than, "Pal did you go to a darty this weekend?". Maybe don't say "Pal..." – that might be the issue.

So the real question is, what do you think? Do you dayge or do you darty??? Let me know in this poll!

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