On the green campus of Grand Valley State University stands a pendulum, a giant piece of public art designed to swing back and forth and etch designs in sand. It's 500 pounds of spheric metal, capable of holding even the most sturdy of the Lakers. Which means we're dealing with, yes, a...
According to TFM, the pendulum at Grand Valley State has naturally become the scene of more than a few naked Miley reenactments over the past few weeks as her new song gained popularity. Even the ball's unofficial Twitter account encouraged students to go for a ride this past Saturday. Vines followed.
Of course, all good things must come to an end—and like Cyrus' fading sanity, so did the Wrecking Ball. School officials, fed up with naked students and shitty singing, temporarily uninstalled the art piece. Says TFM's source: "After several naked vines imitating Miley Cyrus, Grand Valley State University has taken down the pendulum structure better known as the GV Wrecking Ball – a campus landmark that had been up for years and established a tradition for incoming freshmen (the majority of GV students have ridden the ball at least once)."
#ReinstallTheBall, you guys.