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Saturday June 3rd

Kvetching Board™ for July 7, 2011

v.1 (Yiddish) to complain

To the guy eating a Lunchable in Davis: I know campus dining is limited over the summer, but was there really no better option?

And then the punchline was…wait for it…WOMEN CAN’T EVEN DRIVE CARS! Hahaha…ha. Oh, wait, that wasn’t funny or insightful.

My room looks like a tornado came through and dropped off a laundry mat and a pharmacy.

To the two squirrels fornicating on the rock wall on Emerson Drive……get a tree!

To the people in general chemistry II review session talking about how much you hate southern accents, maybe you shouldn’t have decided to attend college in North Carolina where the majority of the school is from North Carolina. It’s a Southern Thang.

To the person who kvetched about Somalia: way to steal the joke after watching the “Regulation Vacation Celebration” video by publicserviceadmin on YouTube.

To the ‘creepy worker’ definer: I can’t tell if your kvetch was supposed to be racist, sarcastic or ironic. Because, all it ended up being was nonsensical.

Dear Topo, rejecting people when you’re empty doesn’t make your overpriced beer, mediocre food or lame grad students cool or exclusive.

Bob’s, I love you, but summer is bringing you down.

To my part-time lover: officially be my manfriend?

Dove (all women are beautiful) and Axe (hot chicks will swarm you) are owned by the same company, Unilever #smh.

Bras are underrated at Weaver Street market.

Why am i studying so hard if I’m just going to marry rich?

I don’t always go to class, but when I do, I don’t bring a damn thing.

If I remove my windshield wipers, will I still get parking tickets?

I didn’t think I could care about the World Cup less until I found out that there was a Women’s World Cup.

To my roommate who just got a cat, this is not a cathouse as much as I would like it to be.

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