Ohio University is full of people, but no matter where you go you always will run into someone you know. Some times that is a good thing, but most times its an awkward uncomfortable situation. Keep reading for the types of people you’ll always run into at Ohio University.
You don’t know what is worse… the sex you had with him or the fact as you walk to class and pass him he tries to acknowledge you like you’re friends.
You match with a super hot guy on Tinder and he never messages you. As you pass him all you think is about how you guys could be married at this point, but he isn’t putting in effort.
Most girls learn their first time wearing heels in Athens that they are a no-go, but some still try over and over again to make it look easy. In all honesty, we all have at least once rooted for the girl to fall on the bricks.
Ummmmmm… Do I say hi to you or do I walk past you like I don’t know, you even though I do?
You realize you are at Ohio University not Ohio State right? Red and Green are completely different colors if you didn’t realize yet.
What is more uncomfortable… Doing the walk of shame past your professor or them seeing you in your HallOUween costume?
Hi. We used to be best friends for a week, but I haven’t heard from you in months and don’t really want to hear from you so I am going to stare at my phone and pretend I didn’t see you.
If you are in a sorority you don’t see this, for some odd reason, but if you are not in one you know exactly what I mean
For being a heavy drinking school we see plenty walk of shames, come out around 8 a.m. and just wait for the girls who try to act casual and the guys that walk around like they just won a gold medal.
The most noticeable people to point out are the townies… if you don’t know how to spot them take a trip to Skull for a night other than Wednesday
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