Twuesday Tweetacular: Hide your kids, hide your laptops

Unbeknownst to most of the Georgetown community, the laptop theft prevention initiative undertaken by DPS is actually just a clever ruse to prepare students for the responsibilities that come with adulthood.

Assistant Leisure Editor Julia Lloyd-George makes a valid point, but even under in communist states, citizens could recognize a system that has little institutional legitimacy.

Brett is guilty of a rather hyperbolic claim; one jar would never last four years. Fortunately, a subscription to additional jars of Nutella is offered with every  purchase of Amazon Student.

Mike illustrates the danger of sleep deprivation. Two-year-old references to Cali Swag District’s “Teach Me How To Dougie” are pretty weak.

2 Comments on “Twuesday Tweetacular: Hide your kids, hide your laptops

  1. Tasting the cupcakes at Georgetown Cupcake, you’d think we were living in a communist state.

  2. julia lloyd george kinda looks like she’s from a communist nation

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