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About pungry

Making strained metaphors funny.

Cool April Fool’s Day Pranks to Pull on Your Housemate!


April Fool’s Day is here, and it’s time to start the pranks! Here’s a list of sick pranks that are sure to piss your housemate or roommate off! Spoil the Plots of New TV Shows and Movies in Conversation! Your … Continue reading

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Spending Spring Break in Style on Campus


Roommates going to CABO and you can’t afford it? One of the five students not from [local big city] and can’t get back home? Can’t bear to spend one day away from your Betta fish? Sounds like you’re spending Spring … Continue reading

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CeilingFans and CeilingFoes


Hot off the major success that was the DoorYeahs and DoorNahs (pronounced Britishly to sound like doorknob, for your information), Pungry is back on the architecture beat. This time: the ceiling. I before e except after c was invented for … Continue reading

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Student Takes Love & Friendship Class, Finds Neither


Sophomore James Reimer had been feeling pretty alone at college lately. Hoping for any promise of companionship, Reimer scoured the spring classes and found the perfect class: “Love and Friendship”. “I knew I had to sign up right away. While … Continue reading

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Teaching Active vs. Passive Voice with Metroid II Titles


English teachers tell their students to always write in the active voice when writing essays or arguments. However, these teachers tend to be vague in direction, meaning those listening have no clue what either active or passive voice actually look … Continue reading

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You Know You Might Be A Criminal If…


The greatest stand-up comedians have all made their names with the catchphrase. Who could forget the comedian, Nikola Tesla, who came up with the awesome “it’s so hot/how hot is it?” setup? Or how about Thomas Edison’s hilarious “take my … Continue reading

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2017


I’m not sure why I started this look-back tradition in 2015, but now that I’ve started it, I’ve got to keep doing it. Right? Right. That little exchange sums up a lot of what I’ve been feeling these past two … Continue reading

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