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Of Pizza Nights and Buffalo Wild Wings

Sometimes I feel embarrassed writing about food some (if not most or all ..) of the time. I just can’t help it, especially when my taste buds are provoked and I simultaneously feel like I should stretch my writing muscles. Therefore, dear reader, brace yourself to another treatise on free food in college.

1500hrs – 1600hrs I am covering someone’s shift at the Help Desk. Just a few calls and nothing much to cause my adrenaline levels to skyrocket.

1600hrs – 1700hrs FOOD ALERT!! We are supposed to have a Help Desk meeting but my boss turns up with loads of Buffalo Wild Wings she ordered earlier during the day. An open challenge to college students. Challenge accepted.

1700hrs –  Computer Club meeting. Arrives reeking of chicken. Its college.

Around 1800hrs International Club hosts a pizza party. My friends generously spoil me by bringing pizza and a beverage to the Help Desk. Few minutes later, I am at it again and covering someone’s shift from 1900hrs till midnight. But hey, I am stuffed.

Let’s call it a night folks.

P.S Time intentionally put in 24hr Notation. Why not?

 

The Help Desk Escapades

The Help Desk Escapades

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