Overheard at Kenyon: Spring, The Market, and Poop

Springtime in Gambier means the weirdos come out to play.

Welcome to the Beginning of Spring edition of Overheard. Remember, we have ears everywhere. Enjoy!

Jaded All-Stu Student: “I’m not on the dislist for my family. I have to get everything forwarded to me by my mom.”

All-Too-Hip Market Cashier: “Is tonight Wednesday night? Is tonight drunk night?”

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How to Be a Person: Where to Buy Drugs

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Reading Daze are on the horizon and we all know what that means. It is time to buy some drugs. That’s right. I said it. Drugs. So, on to the question you are all asking. Where is the best place to obtain some of these so called drugs? Is there a special secret section of Rite Aid that will have all the supplies I need to make this weekend as hazy dazy as possible? Well folks, here is your answer. Continue reading

10 o’clock list: Bizarrely Specific Market Items

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I have no data to prove this, but I feel pretty secure in saying that the Village Market is probably the most influential non-College owned institution in Gambier. Does that sound bold? Then let us be bold. The Village Market has provided for me so many times, from energy drinks for that final page of a paper, to instant grits on a cold night, tomato tortellini for a Sunday afternoon… The Market is here to care for us all. Even the weirdos buying these things:

1. Clam Juice — The bottle alleges that this product is “Great for Chowder & Clam Juice Cocktail.” I’m willing to concede that clam juice is a sensible ingredient for clam chowder, but especially coming from the East Coast, I am hesitant to endorse any of the clams you may find in central Ohio. But who the hell is making clam juice cocktails? That sounds like a terrible idea. And more importantly, FROM WHENCE DOES CLAM JUICE COME? HOW DO YOU JUICE A CLAM?

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