Shmoop study group

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The local Taco Bell's sign advertising the shmoop study group. "In spirit of the event in-question, we set up this sign at like 7 a.m. this morning right before we opened," worker John Doe said. "Just in time."

Logan Flake, Satire Editor

The first “Shmoop study group” happened this past Sunday at Taco Bell. The event started at 11:59 p.m., exactly 24 hours before each student’s book report was due. It consisted of students comparing notes they took on the Shmoop pages for their books.

“It was a riveting experience,” Junior Kasey Casum said the following school day. “Everyone I talked to had the same notes as me, word-for-word. That makes me feel confident that the essay I’ll start writing at eight tonight will be awesome.”