10 o’clock list: Suggestions for Facial Hair to Grow in Secret

When grown correctly, the beard will be completely undetectable.

Alright, this one is for the boys. Ladies, we respect your space, but this one is just for the dudes. The real bros out there, you know what I’m talking about. I’m talking cigar-smoking, ice-eating, born-from-the-tailpipe-of-a-Ford-F150-type boys. Fellas, hombres, today we crack the coldest one of all: are people going to laugh at our facial hair?

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The Thrill Reacts: COVID-19 Testing

In the midst of another “quiet period,” our thrill staff has some thoughts on the personal experience of getting tested for COVID-19. It might feel good, it might feel bad. It might feel wrong, it might feel kinda right? but it will certainly feel like something.

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5 Quick and Easy Disguises for When You Don’t Want to be Seen at Wiggins for the Seventh Time in One Day

It’s 2 p.m. on a Wednesday and you have English in ten minutes and you still haven’t done the reading but think you might be able to squeeze it in with just a little caffeine boost … Oh wait, you’ve already been to Wigs thrice today. (Yep, once at breakfast and then again after class and then at lunch too.) You know you can’t face the baristas AGAIN. The shame would simply haunt you. We’ve all been here before. So what’s the solution you might ask? Spare yourself the embarrassment by carrying around a full suitcase of disguises with you at all times! You can change in the bathroom after class so you’ll never be judged for your fourth dirty chai within the span of six hours again. Here are five quick and easy ways to change your appearance in a snap:

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The Monday Catchup 10/5/20

What do you guys think of Swedish fish? I didn’t realize such a standard candy could be so divisive, but recent events have changed my preconceived notions. We just got a very large bag of Swedish Fish, and they’ve caused quite an upset in this household. I have now had a heated debate about those “Scandinavian swimmers” (as Trader Joe’s calls them) not once, not twice, but THRICE in the past 24 hours alone. One of my housemates, who will go unnamed, has developed some hostility for the red gummies, purely based on the choice to include the country of origin in the name of the candy. The hatred has nothing to do with the candy’s taste, only the principle. I don’t understand it myself, and honestly, it just makes me angry. Alright, enough ~catching~ fish (I’M SO FUNNY), let’s get CAUGHT UP.

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