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REXBURG- In a shocking turn of events, BYU-I student, Madison McGarrity, was eaten by her roommates at approximately 9:30 this morning.

When the city of Rexburg lost power earlier today, many were confused, but none so much as the residents of Willows 513. The girls woke up, realized that the power was out and began to panic.

“We woke up, realized that the power was out and began to panic,” said Amy Daniels. “We thought it was the beginning of the snowpocalypse.”

Madison McGarrity was the first victim of this so-called snowpocalypse. Fearing that the food in their two refrigerators would quickly spoil without power, the girls decided to take extreme measures.

“When you’re in a situation like that, you’re not thinking about the longterm consequences; you’re just trying to stay alive. Nobody can understand what we went through in those three hours without electricity,” said Heather Anderson.

After a heated round of Eenie-Meenie-Miny-Mo, McGarrity was chosen to be sacrificed.

“She was totes calm about it. She said she would rather be dead than live in a world without the internet,” said roommate, Emily Southerland. “Ain’t no party like a Donner Party.”

Officials are desperately trying to curb the backlash of the power outage to prevent other such tragedies.

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39 thoughts on “Students Eat Roommate in Power Outage Panic

  1. THREE HOURS! Are you serious. What is being taught to these college students that would have them panicked in only three hours?

  2. Actually the power was out for 6 to 7 hours and temperature -8. And they panic because they are byu Idaho students, and girls….and come on people you could have put all your food outside to keep cold if you were that worried about it going bad….

  3. Actually the power was out for 6 to 7 hours and temperature -8. And they panic because they are byu Idaho students, and girls….and come on people you could have put all your food outside to keep cold if you were that worried about it going bad…

  4. Jane, I am a student at BYU-I, they do not teach survival skills here AT ALL! Not even for the zombie apocalypse that we all know is going to happen! You just can’t understand the power of HUNGER, when you are hungry you just have to eat. I give props to these girls, because they were at least civilized in deciding who was the one to be sacrificed, there was no back stabbing or secret conniving.

    And plus if one of your roommates dies then all the others in the apartment get straight A’s automatically.

  5. this is the most stupid thing i have ever heard of. the power is out for three hours so you eat some one? damn society is becoming sad if we cant last a few hours with out internet before people start becoming canibles

  6. Lmao… I have spent 12 months in the deserts of the Middle East with no power. Lol I didn’t eat my comrades. People are so weak it’s pathetic! All that college education and no common sense.

  7. This is obviously a hoax. Everyone knows that Mormons are super into extreme emergency preparedness. My Mormon step mom turn my dads basement into an apocalypse proof bunker.

  8. I love how people just comment on here like “OMG is this real?!?!” when clearly they could have read the other comments to see that it was a joke. I’m a student here in Rexburg and yes we all did freak out, but I’m sure the last thing we would do is eat people.

  9. Honestly the best part of the power outage was that we got to stay curled up in bed instead of going to classes. Shoot I still ate earlier than I do on fast sunday.

  10. I was very impressed to see that this “joke” is what the LDS church stands for I thought it was an outstanding organization but if this is what they laugh about I can truly say this is a disgusting joke that I would expect from lowly criminals and not from students in what was considered the “Lord’s School”. I thought God condemned murder and eating of his people and to see it thought of so lightly is honestly to mock Him. Thank you for letting me see what the LDS Church is all about.

    • This blog in no way speaks for the LDS church, BYU-I, or the collective members of either. If you find it distasteful, then blame the writer, not every group he associates with.

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