Okay, so maybe we don’t love the cubicles that much, but we certainly enjoy writing all over them. Lau cubicle graffiti ranges from funny, to weird, to shocking and back to incomprehensibly weird again. After we check our Georgetown emails, scroll through our news feeds, live-tweet our pleas for help and peruse a few sunset instas, we turn to Lau cubicle graffiti for just a few more minutes of procrastination before facing our stacks of work.
We at 4E have already brought you some of the best stall scribbles and grout jokes, so now it’s time for some cubicle love. I’ve gathered some favorites from the lower level to the fifth floor just for you.
The quotations are unstoppable.
It’s also pretty obvious that the cubicles were the original Georgetown Confessions. Same anonymity, same scandal, different yet luxuriously beautiful stained wood background.
Most of the cubicle writers were just looking for comfort in each other and most of the time we found it. You guys are just too sweet!
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Finally here’s some quality graffiti that can’t be labeled. We’re at Georgetown: we think outside the box.
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Note: The Hoya does not condone vandalism, even if it’s hysterical.