By Rebekah Jampole
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Wednesday October 30, 2002
Business freshman says she loves carrots, but is considering false advertising lawsuit anyway
WILDCAT: Do you live on campus?
WILDCAT: What dorm do you live in?
WILDCAT: Good old Scoronado. You have it so nice. There were puke stains in the carpet when I lived there; it was disgusting. But you have Ě
WEIR: New carpets.
WILDCAT: Must be nice. So, have you met people in Coronado who live up to the reputation?
WILDCAT: They're not your friends, are they?
WEIR: Uh, no. I don't spend that much time there. I'm in a sorority.
WILDCAT: Which one?
WILDCAT: Fun. Are you excited that the weather is cooling down?
WEIR: Yeah, I am from San Francisco and it's pretty chilly there. I was dying my first week here.
WILDCAT: Speaking of things that are chilled, if you had to have any vegetable for hands, what would you choose?
WEIR: A vegetable for my hand?
WILDCAT: Yeah, like a surgery went freakishly wrong.
WILDCAT: What? Why lettuce?
WEIR: I don't know. I guess because it's soft.
WILDCAT: Would you ever use the head of lettuce to beat people with?
WILDCAT: It could be necessary, I understand. What's your favorite vegetable?
WILDCAT: Have you ever eaten so many that you started to turn orange?
WILDCAT: It's true, it really happens. I've seen it. Do you think you have better eyesight because of your love of carrots?
WEIR: No, I actually have terrible eyesight.
WILDCAT: Really? So, it's not true what the carrot people claim? Interesting. Maybe you could sue them for false advertisement.
WEIR: Maybe I will.