Did you feel the earthquake on Monday? It was the first earthquake for many of our out of state students, and they were "shaken" up, while most natives went "eh, less than 5." Unintended benefit: Wake up call for those with 8am finals! (if you weren't up already.)
Was just woken up by the craziest Earthquake!! Yeah I'm not going to get use to these.— Gray Mazzone (@InMyZzone83) March 17, 2014
Dangthat earthquake just woke me up something crazy lol— SLOWMO (@KyleAnderson5) March 17, 2014
My first earthquake and it is wild man lol— tony parker (@tonyparker32) March 17, 2014
I'm wide awake now... I don't mess with these earthquakes— SIMON GOINES (@goines_simon) March 17, 2014
I just felt a 4.7 magnitude earthquake... Yeah you may have nice beaches but when the ground shakes... Man I can't do this Cali shiiii— Jake Brendel (@jakebrendel) March 17, 2014
Finally felt an earthquake. That was crazy.— Kory Alford (@KoryAlford) March 17, 2014
Yep, the out of staters hated it.
Nahh yo take me back to New Jersey earthquakes aint for me— SLOWMO (@KyleAnderson5) March 17, 2014
I'm scared to leave my room— SIMON GOINES (@goines_simon) March 17, 2014
I mean I was laying in the same spot on my bed for another hour because I just was so scared.. Lol.— owamagbe (@LPJ_Odighizuwa) March 17, 2014
Crazy! Experienced my first earthquake this morning!!!!!!!!! #Earthquake— Asiantii Woulard (@Asiantii2_) March 17, 2014
Can't do this earthquake stuff man— Devin Fuller (@Devin7Fuller) March 17, 2014
I'm from the east coast all I know is THE GROUND IS NOT SUPPOSED TO MOVE.— Kevin McReynolds (@LifeofKM) March 17, 2014
But this out of stater got to his final on time:
Y'all talkin bout this earthquake y'all better get ready for this soc final at 8— Eldridge Massington (@OH_GOTTAMAN) March 17, 2014
And Lacy Westbrook knew about what happens after an earthquake:
No aftershock????????— Lacy Westbrook (@LacyWestbrook) March 17, 2014
Wow, Caleb, that's pretty good considering the epicenter was near Westwood!
I slept through that earthquake— Caleb Benenoch (@UCLA_CB74) March 17, 2014
Do not wish this upon California, lineman.
I wonder what a 9 or something crazy feels. Like— Scott Quessenberry (@ScootsyQ) March 17, 2014
Mass destruction. That's what a 9 feels like. Let's keep getting 5's to relieve pressure on the fault.
California peeps say:
Everyone from the Eastcoast on my floor is trippin. They like f LA and the beaches, I wanna go home.— McLovinn (@22Rozay) March 17, 2014
Let's see. Other states can still have earthquakes (see: Oklahoma, NY) (and the Oklahoma ones are man-created!) or there are hurricanes, or tornadoes, or massive blizzards and freezing temperatures. Most of us in California will take the occasional 4.5 earthquake.
I started sweating i thought somebody was running up in our crib to kidnap me and jordan— SLOWMO (@KyleAnderson5) March 17, 2014
It's those darn Tulsa boosters! They'll do anything for another win!
Is there something about east coast kids convinced someone is coming for them?
Man I though someone was coming in my room with the tool man lol— tony parker (@tonyparker32) March 17, 2014
Or it's Tony Parker...
I coulda sworn fat tone was jumpin round upstairs— Bryce Alford (@balford20) March 17, 2014
This may have been more terrifying than an earthquake.
Maybe it IS a sign.
Bruh ever since the basketball team won the pac12 championship all hell started breaking loose...— Lacy Westbrook (@LacyWestbrook) March 17, 2014
Earthquake in Westwood, the Bruins are dancin that’s all that means— Bryce Alford (@balford20) March 17, 2014
Earthquake in Westwood means good luck in the tourney!!— Jordan Adams (@jordanadams1231) March 17, 2014
That's the spirit. GO BRUINS.