Reverse Psychology Department Sure You Wouldn’t Want to Volunteer For its Silly Old Experiments
EVANSTON, IL – In an announcement Monday night to the undergraduate population, Northwestern’s newly-formed Department of Reverse Psychology assured students that they wouldn’t be interested in helping with their silly old research.
“Oh, what? This experiment? No, you don’t want to waste your time with some boring old brain studies,” reported Professor Lynn Walters, seemingly indifferent to reporters’ questions as she intently perused a data-filled spreadsheet labelled Social Engineering. “I’m sure you all wouldn’t be interested volunteering for this nerdy psychology stuff that we do.”
As of Thursday morning, graduate students of the Reverse Psychology Department were found hanging flyers around campus reading “It’s Fine, You’re in a Hurry. Don’t Worry About Reading This Poster for Our Dumb Little Paid Volunteer Studies.”