OKAY DID ANYONE ACTUALLY KNOW THAT SOLO CUPS ARE DESIGNED TO SHOW YOU HOW MUCH ALCOHOL PER TYPE IS EQUIVALENT
SO WHEN YOU FILL IT UP PER THOSE LINES WHICH ACTUALLY MEAN SOMETHING, YOU GET ONE DRINK
BECAUSE I HAD NO IDEA
MY MIND IS BLOWN
THIS IS BRAND NEW INFORMATION
Reblogging as an FYI for all my college/high school readers - Solo cups let you keep track of your alcohol intake!
lol, I knew about the shot line (i.e. the bottom line) but if it was beer or wine, I just topped it off because come on, beer and wine lol
So, I innocently made this after class today and now it’s all over the internet.
I’ve been waiting for one of these “Studying _____:What X thinks I do/ What I actually do” memes to apply to me. Totally made my day.
My friend Shanna sent this to me, and as a fellow alumna of AUP, I had a massive laugh over this. The thing is, Shanna pointed out that we did pretty much everything in this picture at AUP. Like, ALL THE THINGS.
if there was any musical i would want to be in professionally, it would be A Chorus Line. I love every minute of it.
This is probably my absolute favourite of the musicals I’ve done. I mean, it was fun to tap again for 42nd Street, and Guys and Dolls has some great music in it, but I connected to this musical (and especially to Bebe, whose role I got through an interesting series of events) deeper than almost anything else I’ve done in performing arts. And not only because I had the privilege of performing in my favourite city in the world.
An Americain in Paris!
“Le Flâneur”, a project by Luke Shepard, a student at The American University of Paris.
One of my favourite things to do in Paris was take solitary nighttime walks. I probably wouldn’t attempt this anywhere else
except maybe Tokyo (and of course there were parts of Paris not to walk alone at night in, but then I went to school in the 7th and lived in the 16th) and I’d been just so besotted with Paris - since childhood - that I felt compelled to walk around day and night, absorbing as much of the city as I could.
Luke Shepard went to the same school as me (but not at the same time) while abroad, so this is pretty much Paris through my eyes as well.