Chundergraduate: Oxford student spews after ‘Jagermeister’ is mentioned in lecture on ‘banter’

October 22, 2014 admin No comments

The scene at a lecture on boozing where a student threw up. See SWNS story SWVOM; A ëhungoverí student at one of the worldís top universities threw up during an English lecture ñ on BOOZING. The first year Oxford University student disrupted an English Language lecture about the origins of various phrases to do with alcohol and drinking. During the final minutes of the 2pm lecture on etymology and word meaning, lecturer Dr Charlotte Brewer turned the discussion into colloquialisms like ìlord of lashî, ìprince of pullsî, ìbanterî  and ìJagermeisterî, which led to one poor student vomiting on the floor. One English undergraduate, speaking to student newspaper The Tab, said: ìIt was hilarious because the whole room one-by-one became aware of it like a domino effect.

Students were being lectured on words like ‘banter’ (Picture: SWNS)

A ‘hungover’ student at one of the world’s top universities threw up during a lecture – on boozing.

The first year Oxford University student disrupted an English Language lecture about the origins of various phrases to do with alcohol and drinking.

During the final minutes of the 2pm lecture on etymology and word meaning, lecturer Dr Charlotte Brewer turned the discussion into colloquialisms like ‘lord of lash’, ‘prince of pulls’, ‘banter’ and ‘Jagermeister’ – which led to one poor student vomiting on the floor.

He has since been nicknamed the ‘chundergraduate’.

The scene at a lecture on boozing where a student threw up. See SWNS story SWVOM; A ëhungoverí student at one of the worldís top universities threw up during an English lecture ñ on BOOZING. The first year Oxford University student disrupted an English Language lecture about the origins of various phrases to do with alcohol and drinking. During the final minutes of the 2pm lecture on etymology and word meaning, lecturer Dr Charlotte Brewer turned the discussion into colloquialisms like ìlord of lashî, ìprince of pullsî, ìbanterî  and ìJagermeisterî, which led to one poor student vomiting on the floor. One English undergraduate, speaking to student newspaper The Tab, said: ìIt was hilarious because the whole room one-by-one became aware of it like a domino effect.

The student throw up – thus earninghis nickname (Picture: SWNS)

One English undergraduate, speaking to student newspaper The Tab, said: ‘It was hilarious because the whole room one-by-one became aware of it like a domino effect.

‘She looked horrified and was frantically asking for tissues. I’m not sure if she was hungover or not, but she certainly looked green around the gills.’

The Tuesday afternoon lecture was focusing on the origin of words found in the AgonyLad column of The Oxford Student – an undergraduate-led magazine.

The famous Bridge of Sighs connecting Hertford College and New College Lane in Oxford LanceB/LanceB

One of the world’s leading universities (Picture: Getty)

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