What happens when you pack hundreds of students armed with paper airplanes and toilet paper into a lecture hall?
Well, it starts with one airplane. Then maybe two.
Then sooner or later, people forego folding the paper airplanes and just start throwing paper into the air and catapulting toilet paper across 10-250.
Why in the world would someone do such a thing?
Well, that’s a good question.
Each year, the MIT Chorollaries host the nth annual concert in Bad Taste.
Basically, they make fun of everything under the sun from the past year, and I bet if you Google hard enough, you can find a list of the topics that they made fun of (all in jest, of course).
On top of arranging their own renditions of famous artists songs such as Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten,” at this concert, they replaced the lyrics with their own. My favorite would have to be the song dedicated to Facebook, which is probably the reasons I get less sleep than I should.
And since I think pictures are worth a thousand words, here are a few from the concert and the pre-festivities:
(Pictures coming soon)