Where Was It Said: Wiggleground or in Bed?

Steamy…

Sometimes you’ll be looking for a little pick-me up and find yourself in the wonderful establishment known as Wiggin Street Coffee. You’ll sit down and sip your beverage. Maybe you’ll catch up with a cohort or do the reading that was due last week. More often than not, people will partake in conversation, and when you think about it hard enough their words sound a lot like phrases exchanged in the bedroom.

Fair warning: When I was 13, I had an awful and immature sense of humor just like the rest of my peers. Somehow they all grew out of the hilarity of sex jokes, and I just kept making them–so, sorry in advance.

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Where Was It Said: Comfort or in Bed?

Allow me to make you comfortable. (via photobucket)

Whether the mere mention of Peirce food fills your tummy with the happy rumblies or the cruddy yuckies, a Peirce meal is an experience that most of us undergo anywhere from one to seven (?) times a day. And wherever you lie on the spectrum of AVI loyalty, there is one thing that we all can agree on: the raw sexual energy that abounds within the threshold of those glass door. Hungry bodies, jostling and rubbing against each other frantically; the forbidden intermingling of wheat products in the gluten free freezer; the sudden chemistry of two hands accidentally touching whilst both reaching for the sweet, gooey release achieved from a dollop of Yoder’s Family Farm strawberry preserves… In Chef Meagan’s immortal words, taken from her Peircegiving 2014 address, “What a sexy sight :) ”.

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Where Was It Said: The Bolton Or In Bed?

Your bedroom, or the stage? (Photo from Spring Awakening)

Your bedroom, or the stage? (Photo from Spring Awakening)

With the Bakkhai going up this weekend, things are about to get steamy in the Bolton- and we don’t mean just on the stage. Whether you are a Drama major who spends more time in the Bolton almost on the brink of tears than in your own dorm or if you merely walk by the theater on your way to the KAC and stop, stare dramatically, and then consider yourself an actor, you’re likely to hear these sometime in your theatrical, or “theatrical” career.

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