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Tag Archives: Quirky

Inspirational Posters Created From the Poetic Fabric of NU Greek Rank and CollegiateACB

26 Mar

We’ve all started out an article with a generalization before. We have also all heard of the virtual shit hole Mecca of poetry known as Greekrank.com that circulates around the NU interwebz. Or maybe you haven’t heard of it—which may or may not be a good thing. Basically, a bunch of poets who are totally not insecure ‘rank’ fraternities and sororities at different schools based on… I don’t even know. Anyways, we have found some of the more masterfully written sonnets written about Northwestern Greek organizations and adapted them into inspirational posters so that you folks can hang them on your walls and cherish this poetry for the rest of your college experience.

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7 Times Jennifer Lawrence Got Away with a Crime Because She’s So Quirky

28 Feb

1. Stealing from an Orphanage

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Stale bread is the main source of nutrition at Saint Bethesda’s Home for Little Girls with No Parents and Many Disabilities. Those parentless, limbless little girls salivated at the thought of a stale French roll. Jennifer Lawrence would not let them have that happiness.

On February 20, 2014, the orphans huddled around the bread truck’s exhaust pipe to stay warm. The delivery man stepped out of the truck and opened the bed for a group of girls crying tears of joy at the thought of a winter donation. None of the orphans expected Jennifer Lawrence to be sitting in an empty truck, gorging herself on the final crumb. J-Law calmed the sobbing orphans by saying, “But, I eat pizza and I’m not all too concerned with my body image! Doopity doopity doo.” The orphans proceeded to laugh as if nothing had happened. J-Law proceeded to spread her wings and fly off into the night, taking an orphan in her claws back to her nest in Los Angeles.

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7 Pictures of Animals Acting Like Animals

25 Jan

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1. This is a dog acting normal.

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