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    Default Trying to understand the "bruh" species

    Hello everyone,

    Fellow anthropology major here... I'll be transferring to a bruh infested place in a month or two, and I am quite fascinated with this species. Although, I am unfamiliar with their mating rituals and forms of communication. I think I spotted one at work, but I wondered--Why would a bruh be shopping here at a store full of hipsters?

    Obviously, what I thought I knew about them was entirely inaccurate.

    So confused.
    So lost.
    Kinda hungry.
    Why don't I understand them?
    And I'm maybe a bit thirsty too.

    I was thinking about hiding near a bookcase during a party to further my study. Aren't they afraid of novels? So much to learn. So little time.

    Please advise.



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    Between that cigarillo and sticking my finger down my throat to see if I could DT, I feel like puking RN.

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    It's simple, everything they do, is to impress 1st and foremost fellow bruhs and secondly females. Usually of the sexually liberal variety.

    You'll likely have to fight a few off every day for the rest of the time you spend in the bruh infested area.

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    The land of date-rape drugs.

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    I'm both disturbed and impressed by how quickly you found that video.

    Paper, that could be you! Just think of the possibilities, but you will have to stray away from those novels in order to learn their ways.

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    Nah man. It's totes against everything that I stand for--can't get "involved" with their way of life... You feel me? You gotta' let them do their thing while you watch from a very far away distance (with some pepper spray).
    Between that cigarillo and sticking my finger down my throat to see if I could DT, I feel like puking RN.

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    You have adapted their lingo... You're learning well young jedi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    You have adapted their lingo... You're learning well young jedi.
    Some battles are won by inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    Some battles are won by inches.
    The phrase every 'bruh' utters for confidence.

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    maybe the trend setter of the group.

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