In a world filled with atrocities and the depravity of mankind, only one student has found out the only way to make sense of it all.
While taking Logic 160, freshman Peter Sapling has made his first friend: Nietzsche. Sapling has reportedly stopped doing his assignments and was seen slowly crossing the T tracks because, in the end, nothing truly matters.
The Bunion sent a reporter to interview Sapling about his unique take on life. His dorm room was filled with Nirvana and Bo Jackman posters.
“I can’t emphasize how much sense Nihilism makes, especially for a mind that is dark and twisted like mine,” Sapling said before bursting into tears. “It’s like I’m the only one who understands the true horrors of society. Why can’t anyone else see what’s wrong? Why isn’t anyone doing anything about it?”
As Sapling shut himself away in his room, his roommate, Fredrich Wagner appeared with a freshly baked loaf of bread.
“Oh! Is Petey crying again?” Wagner asked with a slight pout. “Poor guy, I just think he’s been down in the dumps since the semester. I try to encourage him to drink water or go on runs with me but he’s just so busy staring out his window that he can never make it. I know I’ll get him to come with me one day!”
If you think the world is bad, just know that Peter Sapling knows how much worse it actually is.