For some reason, the app Yik Yak has been insanely popular at GU. Yik Yak is an anonymous Twitter feed where people can say whatever they want, which can prompt some inappropriate content. Yik Yak also uses location services on your phone, so the Yaks you see are guaranteed to be from people in your area.
For this one, I only took Yaks from April Fool’s Day. Let’s see what you kids have done.
“I’m all alone and it is really sad”
And a happy April Fool’s Day to you as well, sir.
“If you have a dark gray tacoma in the kennedy parking lot, you left your dome light on!!”
Wow, someone’s actually using Yik Yak for what the commercials say it’s for. The commercials make it seem like Yik Yak is full of things like this, bits of information that are actually useful. The commercials never talk about how everyone talks about sex and loneliness and the BARC. I guess that’s marketing, though.
“Dude, coach Few is just chillin in LoCro. No joke!”
That’s crazy, it’s almost like he’s a staff member here or something! I bet if you look closely he’s probably eating food too. No joke!
“Everytime the profeasor hands out the exams i look around to see everyones facal expressions to see how hard its gonna be”
Based on this, the test is probably gonna be pretty hard for you, bud. Especially if you’re looking at everyone’s fecal expressions.
“Please keep telling me how your grades/looks/life are your April fools joke lmao you so funny and creative”
I gave you an upvote on this one because you essentially did my job for me. You get it.
“Has anybody else seen the grim reaper on the tandem bicycle with a passenger skeleton?
No. You’re hilarious and witty and irreverent and random, though! That’s pretty much what you wanted, right?
“What the hail” x 5
I’m actually not by a window, so this and the 20 other Yaks about how it’s hailing really helped me out. Thanks! I especially like the one that said “Great weather today! April fools!” That one was the epitome of humor.
“Me: mom! It hailed, rained and was sunny within 5 minutes!!! Mom: April Fools? Me: No. I live in God damn Spokane”
I’ll take “Things That Didn’t Happen” for 500, Alex.