SIGMA PHI EPSILON - A late-night interaction on the Free & For Sale marketplace group ended in tragedy, as Nicholas Campbell CC ‘18 expressed interest in an item listed by Sarah Dawkins BC ‘20. Campbell commented“messaged” on a’ for-sale post, but ultimately neglected to contact the seller.
“It just seems pretty rude and I’m a little hurt,” said Dawkins. “I figured his comment meant that he wanted the item, or at least that we’d discuss it.”
Dawkins proceeded to question whether Campbell had any intention of initiating correspondence. “Maybe it was an empty promise all along,” she speculated.
At press time, Campbell showed little remorse over his role in the misunderstanding, and had already begun browsing other listings in Free & For Sale.
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