It’s called the “Cry Closet!”

It’s called the “Cry Closet!”

 

 

SALT LAKE CITY, UT — If you’ve done the college experience then you know finals can be rough!

But Nemo Miller, an art student at the University of Utah is trying to cushion the final’s week blow by creating an escape for students who might be feeling the finals week pressure.

It’s called the “Cry Closet!”

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Gotta pass on the absurdity and psychological damaging aspects of a College Cry Closet otherwise one will break down and cry out in the streets that the individuals using such are probably next generation social workers, counselors, and psychologist.

If I would have designed such a closet there would be a toilet on the inside as those who enter in are flushing any semblance of a society down in a whirlwind of big-baby-emotions.

Even if a toilet were installed there is a good chance the individuals using such a Cry Room would be unable to look down their pants and discern their gender.

Today’s culture can’t seem to figure out whether to stand or sit when going pee-pee, unless, of course, you are in the New Navy where they make everyone sit when using the toilet. Thus, in the New Navy, the pressure is off to make such a command decision.

The above stated, too bad the Cultural Christian Church hasn’t figured out they have need to weep.

Grieve, mourn and wail. Change your laughter to mourning and your joy to gloom. Humble yourselves before the Lord, and he will lift you up. (James 4:9-10)

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If there is a small sliver of reality it is the fact this was an “art” student.

Better to meet a bear robbed of her cubs than a fool in his folly. (Proverbs 17:12)

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 8:07 AM

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(cw33.com)—The art project went viral after someone posted a picture of it on Twitter which ended up getting hundreds of thousands of likes and retweets.

But you can’t just go in there willy nilly! There are rules they have to follow.

For example, you gotta knock before barging in (you don’t want to interrupt someone mid-cry), one person at a time for only ten minutes, and use #cryclosetuofu if posting on social media.

Some of the students are pretty on board with the idea: