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Brutally Honest One-Word Descriptions of 12 Ontario Universities

Stereotypes are an inevitable byproduct of school rivalries. Every university in Ontario has been assigned its own set of stereotypes at some point or another, and such stereotypes still persist today; even if they aren't entirely true.

READ ALSO: 9 Incredibly Awkward Moments That Happened At Ontario Universities

Last time, we took to Reddit to compile brutally honest descriptions of various Ontario universities via Snapchat. This time, we've compiled one-word descriptions to simplify things even more...

Here are 12 Ontario universities, each brutally described with a single word:

NOTE: These are all just for fun!  Take seriously at your own risk (also check out the Reddit thread here).


It's totally not your fault though, you guys have it rough.

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Too much LoL during class, guys.

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"Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by every university in Ontario"

York: *raises hand*

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Some of y'all have classes at an AMC. That's pretty basic ok ?

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What's plain old blue to everyone else, is "cerulean" to an OCAD student.

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Pretty self-explanatory.

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For real though (never forget 2005) ?

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Juuust a tad.

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That manure though.

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St. Catharines can do that to people.

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Overachievers, all of you!

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BONUS: Laurier


Cause you guys are too lit (especially at Phil's yo)

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