Unusual Moments and Requests at University (+TWEETS)

Unusual Moments and Requests at University. The University of Buenos Aires recently celebrated its anniversary and a thread went viral on Twitter.

Unusual Moments and Requests at University

The University of Buenos Aires turned 200 years old last Wednesday and a post on Twitter went viral. All for demonstrating unusual posts from students that circulate day by day its facilities.

The life and college stage is one of the most precious in a person's life. Occupying a long time of that margin of life, the organization ends up becoming the second home of several students. There are certain students who take the "second home" thing quite seriously. Such is the situation of a student of the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). Which went viral in the last few hours for having brought a clothesline to class.

An anniversary that revived All Moments

The teenager, who was nicknamed "the young man with the tender," went viral in the last few hours due to a tweet that compiled a sequence of bizarre events. Happened in the Faculty of Law, in the form of a commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the prestigious public house of studies this Thursday.

As reported by the website Crónica, "Since UBA turns 200 today, I feel impunity enough to relive here what is possibly one of the greatest fduba anecdotes of all time." Posted the user lucíabsarno on her Twitter account. The publication received almost 13 thousand likes and another thousand retweets, mostly from other students of the faculty. Who recalled with mischief and humor that unusual moment when a compadre divulged in a set of Facebook that he had forgotten the clothesline.

"Good evening. Called to solidarity. I forgot a clothesline today (life stuff) in halls 134 at 8pm. If anyone located it, red me privately, please," mentioned the publication that the boy had posted in 2018 on the set of Facebook Faculty of Law, UBA.

The Reality of Insolite Moments and Orders at a University

According to the users themselves in the comments of the tweet, the teenager eventually located the object. However, the most histrionic thing is that once he received it, the family and friends made him two signs that had the legend "The boy with the tender was received."

On the same Twitter threadtransit the images of the student boy standing for the photo and with the posters in his hand at the exit of the Law School after having graduated as a jurist. According to the date on the photos, the student received his degree on July 9, 2019.

Other of the puzzling events that have taken place in a faculty of the UBA, and that has been published in the same Twitter thread, we talk about a student who disclosed, in another Facebook set, that he had lost a land tortoise.

"Excuse me, however, I need everyone's support, please," one student had begun in his call for solidarity. "Yesterday I forgot my turtle in room 117 of Libertad(headquarters). It's a 40-year-old Argentinean land tortoise named 'Sofia.'

It looks like in the picture. Please, any information you have is welcome; said turtle is with my family as of the dictatorship. Greetings and thank you very much," the teenage student continued in his request."

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