Order a TV, Corvette, or gold jewelry at Weshop

Weshop doesn’t stock your favorite sports car, or the gold ring you want to buy your main squeeze? Worry not! Apparently Weshop can place a special order for you—and really, what better way to blow your remaining meal points than by buying a new Corvette? As far as I can tell, Weshop can order “whatever you want.”

Via Becky Weiss ’10, a member of the Dining Committee:

If you have tons of points left, consider placing a special order at Weshop. They can order whatever you want, but only through May 2, so if you’re interested, do it now! Also, as usual there will be boxes outside of Weshop for donations.

EDIT: To clarify for the reader who left the first comment, Becky meant that Weshop can order whatever food items you want. I trust that no one actually took the Corvette/jewelry suggestions seriously.

18 thoughts on “Order a TV, Corvette, or gold jewelry at Weshop

  1. Justin L.

    Anonymous @ 10:25, I had heard the rumors of the TV and other electronics orders, too. But I had heard that they were ordered from Weshop. That’s what led me to question just what Weshop could acquire for us… leading to the *obvious* conclusion of Corvettes and wedding rings. :-PBut as it stands, Weshop will only order food products, nothing else.

  2. Justin L.

    Anonymous @ 10:25, I had heard the rumors of the TV and other electronics orders, too. But I had heard that they were ordered from Weshop. That’s what led me to question just what Weshop could acquire for us… leading to the *obvious* conclusion of Corvettes and wedding rings. :-PBut as it stands, Weshop will only order food products, nothing else.

  3. Justin L.

    Anonymous @ 10:25, I had heard the rumors of the TV and other electronics orders, too. But I had heard that they were ordered from Weshop. That’s what led me to question just what Weshop could acquire for us… leading to the *obvious* conclusion of Corvettes and wedding rings. :-P

    But as it stands, Weshop will only order food products, nothing else.

  4. Anonymous

    !!lame! I took it seriously. The (very talkative) guy at Neon Deli told me that students ~ten years ago were able to buy electronics and other non-food products at the computer store with their points. They were even able to pool points together so that housemates could divvy up the cost of a TV or stereo, for example.(did not know we could look at the catalog, 9:28 employee – thanks!)

  5. Anonymous

    !!lame! I took it seriously. The (very talkative) guy at Neon Deli told me that students ~ten years ago were able to buy electronics and other non-food products at the computer store with their points. They were even able to pool points together so that housemates could divvy up the cost of a TV or stereo, for example.(did not know we could look at the catalog, 9:28 employee – thanks!)

  6. Anonymous

    !!
    lame! I took it seriously. The (very talkative) guy at Neon Deli told me that students ~ten years ago were able to buy electronics and other non-food products at the computer store with their points. They were even able to pool points together so that housemates could divvy up the cost of a TV or stereo, for example.

    (did not know we could look at the catalog, 9:28 employee – thanks!)

  7. Anonymous

    also, you can only get the food items in the catalog, which you can ask for. its been available all year.-weshop employee

  8. Anonymous

    also, you can only get the food items in the catalog, which you can ask for. its been available all year.-weshop employee

  9. Anonymous

    also, you can only get the food items in the catalog, which you can ask for. its been available all year.
    -weshop employee

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