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Bryce Jordan Center Squirrel Says Don’t Do Drugs

The Bryce Jordan Center released a new video to promote safety at their upcoming concerts. The video features “EDM squirrels.” Yes. That’s right, squirrels. Don’t get me wrong, I hopped on board the squirrel train as soon as I first heard about good ole Sneezy the Squirrel, but this takes it to a whole other level.

The squirrels, that for some reason talk in a “biddy biddy be” voice (luckily translated to English), warn against citations that can cost up to $700 and the possibility of missing out on the concert you came for. The cute little critters are pasted onto Bryce Jordan Center backgrounds. It’s almost like they’re real! My favorite part is definitely the second squirrel perched up on the BJC marquee.

Do weird animated squirrels keep you from doing drugs or drinking before going to see your fav dubstep/electronica music? Let us know in the comments!

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Mara Kern

Mara is a senior majoring in public relations with a minor in business. She is from Cranberry Twp., PA and enjoys blogging, cats, tweeting, and not wanting to graduate.

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