Rob Caiazzo Jr. M’ 13 — Boston, MA—
With Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, the TCI sat down to chat with Cupid about life, love, and the Jersey Shore:
TCI: I want to start by saying that it’s an honor to have you here for our Valentine’s Day edition of the TCI.
Cupid: The honor is mine. I’ve been a big fan of the TCI for a while now … I especially love the horoscopes, keep up the good work.
TCI: Thanks, we will. And speaking of work, how do you prepare yourself for Valentine’s Day?
TCI: GTL? As in gym, tan, laundry?
Cupid: Almost … for me, its gym, tan, love. I was inspired by the Jersey Shore, and the GTL regimen has really revolutionized my offseason. I hit the gym to maintain my bow strength, I tan for the look and the beta endorphins, and the love because who doesn’t enjoy a little loving?
TCI: What’s it like trying to bring love and romance to the students of TUSM?
Cupid: It’s a lot like working with high school kids, except they tend to give all the credit to oxytocin.
TCI: Before you go, is there anything you’d like to say to all the lovers out there?
Cupid: To quote H.L. Mencken, “To be in love is merely to be in a state of perceptual anesthesia.” I guess that’s the oxytocin at work!