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Old 08-05-2005, 12:17 PM
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TP really did have ninjas. I was one of them.

But seriously, all those bathrooms are nothing compared to the Asbury bathrooms. Co-ed and clean for the most part. AND we can leave our toothbrushes out and nobody gets angry.

For the most part.
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Old 08-05-2005, 01:47 PM
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TP really did have ninjas. I was one of them.

But seriously, all those bathrooms are nothing compared to the Asbury bathrooms. Co-ed and clean for the most part. AND we can leave our toothbrushes out and nobody gets angry.

For the most part.
Well I am hoping with all my might that it wont be a problem in my Riker quad next year. But if it is, I'll that in mind .

And is there a reason you were on our floor at 5am scaring the crap out of Ben? Were you trying to steal our Special Banana?
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Old 08-05-2005, 05:06 PM
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But seriously, all those bathrooms are nothing compared to the Asbury bathrooms. Co-ed and clean for the most part. AND we can leave our toothbrushes out and nobody gets angry.

For the most part.

Hence, one of the benefits of living in a theme house. Which has a bunch of people who all know each other, and live there for a unified reason.

Plus, it's out of the way of all the people going from one party to another.
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Hence, one of the benefits of living in a theme house. Which has a bunch of people who all know each other, and live there for a unified reason.

Plus, it's out of the way of all the people going from one party to another.
Also the theme house made it easier for us to yell into a friends room to let us in after midnight without worrying about someone throwing beer bottles at us.
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Old 08-06-2005, 05:11 AM
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Also the theme house made it easier for us to yell into a friends room to let us in after midnight without worrying about someone throwing beer bottles at us.


Kevin here has a point. A very good point. A very true point. Go asbury!
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Old 08-06-2005, 10:33 PM
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do you pay extra to live in a theme house

No, housing costs are based on occupancy, i.e. singles cost a bit more than doubles, not on location.
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