Funny Things Heard On UGA's Campus This Week
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Funny Things Heard On UGA's Campus This Week

I apologize for eavesdropping.

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Funny Things Heard On  UGA's Campus This Week

Summer has come and gone and the fall semester has returned to us. Most of us are experiencing mixed feelings about this reunion, such as dread for school work, excitement to see our friends, and everything in between. As I traveled around UGA this week I occasionally stopped to bask in the glory of the campus. Occasionally while doing this, I unintentionally ended up hearing bits and pieces of people's conversations. Here's a few that threw me out of my "taking it all in" moment and had me silently giggling instead.

1. WHY would you take her to Golden Corral?

2. "As the years go by I get older and all of my students stay the same age. I hate them."

3. "I got a confirmation email about football tickets, can I drop down to 9 hours now?"

4. "Everyone kept enthusiastically dancing even though the room was silent when speaker broke."

5. "I rode my bike to class today and only almost wrecked twice."

6. "We're going to go blow up 500 balloons, we'll text you when we're ready."

7. "Isn't it weird how feet come in different sizes?

8. "I tried to fix a toilet last night but it didn't work out."

9. "So there I was, dressed like scrambled eggs."

10. "She got electrocuted but it's all good."

11. "I think I broke my thumb. Wanna go to dinner?"

12. "My Heelys came in!"

13. "You never DM me on Instagram anymore."

14. "THERE'S A PIKACHU IN TATE!"

15. "I cried because I looked pretty but no one wanted to take any group pictures."

16. "The only bandaids I own have cuss words on them."

17. "Your mom just added me on Snapchat."

18. "Yeah he apparently has the Zika virus, but like it's not that serious."

19. "It was totally worth being tackled."

And lastly...

20. "I'm going to buy my books at the UGA bookstore after class."

Welcome back to school! May your semester be great.

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