So yesterday the BYU Alumni shared my BYU Bucket List Post.
Awesome right?! Well if you came to my blog from that, welcome! I just think it's hilarious that half of the things are inside jokes. Hopefully people can still take away something from it! As pointed out, the things I listed are more for the Provo area, which I realize. They're just things I want to do before I graduate from BYU hence it is still my BYU bucket list.
Yesterday was pretty interesting. I checked on here because I had posted something the day before. Interestingly enough, I noticed that over 300 people had come onto my blog in 12 hours. Crazy! It was funny because I had no idea where all the traffic came from! Nobody had asked (not that I mind) or told me they were linking to my post. I went on a mad hunt trying to figure it out. One of my friends told me who linked to it so all is good!
I also have a couple funny stories that happened yesterday to make this post entertaining.
First, I was in physics class. I kind of was bored because we were talking about chemistry and I had already learned everything about 5 times from various classes. I looked at the guy next to me who had a conversation going with a girl. She said it was her birthday and whatnot. He said something like, I know what I can get you for your birthday, if you can decode that message. I'm pretty sure he invited her to NCMO (non-commital make out)! Hahaha it's a huge joke at BYU but I've never known people who actually do it. But apparently it really happens!
Secondly, I saw Kara as I was walking home from the library yesterday. She was coming off work and was about twenty feet away from me. I walk with her to school Monday, Wednesday, Friday and half the time one of us yells something funny. Lately it's been, "Hey you weirdo!" I'm sure you can tell where this is going.
I stopped where I was and turned to her direction. Then I yelled, "HEY YOU WEIRDO!" However the first person to respond was a girl walking on campus with a guy. She turned around and noticed that I was not someone she knew. She started laughing, embarrassed and the guy she was with thought it was super hilarious. Kara and I busted out laughing for about 10 minutes. Even now I think it's hilarious.
It's a good rule to not respond when someone yells a strange thing out loud especially when walking with someone. It's like, oh hey I get called Weirdo all the time, pretty much my nickname. No, don't be that person.