DURHAM, NC—Everyday around 1PM, students flood the Broadhead center by the hundreds in order to get a quick meal before their next class. Sazon lines extend all the way back to Café, Au Bon Pain employees rush back and forth to meet the influx of orders, and students hopelessly search for an open table. How do we fix this? It’s simple. Stop going to WU when I’m there.
Honestly I don’t give a shit about what happens after I leave. Seriously, get as many bowls as you want from Sazon. Take your time ordering from ABP. I don’t care, just wait until I’m gone. I usually get my food to go anyway, so how about you have a little patience and wait 10 seconds for me to get my Tokyo Bowl.
“But how will we know when you’re going to West Union? Statistically it’s highly probable you won’t be the only one there at any given time.” Here’s a statistic for you nerd, there’s a 100% chance that it’s not my problem. And while I’m at it, is it too much to ask for everyone to stop attending lectures I show up to?