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Girl Who Bullet Journals Daily Actually a Freak in Bed


Photo by Caroline Curran / The Daily Pennsylvanian

In a surprising development, sources tell Under the Button that Anita Moffit (C’ 22), who organizes her daily agenda according to the Bullet Journal Method, is actually a freak in bed. While arranging her Tombow dual brush pens — one of her favorite writing implements — in alphabetical order, Moffit explained how she stays on top of her assignments and extracurriculars by adopting a color-coded system to outline each waking hour of the day.

“People think that members of the BuJo community — that stands for Bullet Journal, if you don’t know — can’t have a bit of fun during our unstructured hours in the day,” Moffit said. “I’m actually quite spontaneous. If I can pencil someone into my schedule, I definitely will.”

Moffit spends the majority of her day occupied with completing tasks and crossing them off using her Sakura Pigma Micron pen. She admitted that she spends approximately ninety minutes per day sketching floral accents on her hand-drawn calendars. That said, from 4:15 p.m. till 5 p.m. every other weekday, things can get pretty wild.

Olivia Velasquez (E’ 22), Moffit’s best friend and roommate, confirmed these claims. “I know it sounds crazy,” Valasquez said. “But you literally cannot imagine the kinds of things Anita does during her off-hours. Let’s just say I will never look at a leather-bound notebook the same way ever again.”

When asked to comment on Velasquez’s statement, Moffit said that she kept a few journals for various unnamed purposes and declined to elaborate further. When pressed, Moffit admitted that she can only achieve orgasm if there is a Leuchtturm1917 college-ruled notebook in her immediate vicinity.

“Sure, BuJo is my passion,” she said with a smile. “I derive most of my erotic pleasure from migrating tasks and updating my future log. But just because I like to stay organized, that doesn’t mean I can’t get a little freaky.”