Rather than using a convoluted app to request a ride, a DropDonkey can be summoned at any time with a loud whistle, a bundle of hay and three to four apples.
Those babies rooted and mother nature turned your little “agricultural social experiment” into the best onion yield this campus has seen in ten years!
On Saturday, March 23 from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m., the Pacific Spirit Park Society is hosting Night Quest.
Campaign photos are also an oft-overlooked sore spot for even the most diligent candidate. While buttoning the top button of your only dress shirt and leaning on a tree may seem attractive, most of such photos mirror more of a “high school jock” — rather than a future leader.
Remember the days where, instead of being a C-average university student, you were a level 50 in the wildy?
Most clubs featured in this term’s Clubs Day last month have, yet again, fallen victim to primitive bribery as a means of acquiring new members for the end of the year.
Who can be bothered to properly round a sidewalk corner? Not only is it an incredible waste of time but it looks ridiculous too! Is the expectation really that you walk straight for a section, rotate your waist 90 degrees and continue walking?
A swim couldn’t be counted if it didn’t last for at least a minute and if my head wasn’t submerged for half that time. Any onlooker would have had good reason to view my frantic splashing and yelps of pain as someone in serious need of a lifeguard.
But the most mutually beneficial fear tactic I have found is to sit by your door completing your math WeBWork. While you work diligently on your assignments, children will run from your house in fear after catching a glimpse of the stress-ridden future that awaits.
There is something incredibly primal about thrusting a sharpened axe into an unsuspecting piece of lumber.