20 Of The Most Hilarious Posts Found In The Temple University Facebook And Overheard Groups


It’s 2017, I’m pretty sure that you have a profile on Facebook by now. Before I even entered Temple University, they have added me into the “Temple University Class of 2017” group. There was no updates or any activity for years, until now. In the beginning of any semester, people would post about the books they are selling and the IDs they have found lying on the floor somewhere on campus. Memes have shown to be extremely popular when there’s an event on campus that everyone can recognize. Because of the large range of posts, strangers became friends. It eventually helped everyone understand what it meant to be TEMPLE MADE. Keep reading for the best posts from the Temple University Facebook and overheard groups.

1. Whoever made this emoji is a genius.

2. You done goofed.

3. It’s becoming an EPIDEMIC if you start to see this on your wall.

4. Does that mean I still have to take my umbrella out?

5. Nope, nothing important.

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6. I’ll be right behind you.

7. I’m just as confused as you are.

8. ???

9. Smart choice.

10. Let me know.

11. Does that mean my 8 am is cancelled tomorrow?

12. I like my chicken wing raw.

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13. ***CRINGE***

14. He’s a nice guy… really.

15. It’s probably behind the cleaning closet. See #6.

16. I’m broke too bro.

17. That’s a good sport!

18. We need more people like you.

19. Really….

20. Okay, this is not hilarious. BUT LOOK AT THAT FACE.

 

What are your favorite posts from the Temple University Facebook and overheard groups? Comment below!
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Sofia Thomson

Sofia was born and raised in Philadelphia. She's a rising senior at Temple, majoring in psychology on a pre-PT track. The first love of her life is food as it has never failed to lift her up. The second love(s) of her life are definitely her friends. She's a huge Korean drama fanatic and could sit there and watch it for days...except of course when she's hungry again. She likes to draw, but words are how she likes to express herself the best. Her experience at Temple has been anything but cliché and she's still learning a lot about herself and the world around her, and she wants to use her words to share that experience with others.

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