Last Words: Here are some words of wisdom for freshmen...
I set my alarm.
You hold it and I will light the fuse.
PLEASE, dont try this one at home.
I took my pill, right?
Whatever pill/medication it was
you better hope you took it.
I was told that this course was easy.
Grade school was easy now you are taking a course in the economics
of Medieval Europe.
I will call you later.
Friends, family or significant others
they are all easy to
forget or accidentally blow off.
I will clean up later.
Roommates love to hear this one.
I will get an early start on the semester's reading.
Tomorrow that is
I won't call him or her.
Direct opposite of the above call you later. This one involves a
potential date or fight with a significant other. It comes down
to battle of willpowers really.
I'll buy him/her a new bag of chips tomorrow
I saw many a roommate brawl over an empty bag of Nacho Cheese Doritos.
I'll go see my academic advisor next week.
Did you know the collegiate average for when a student first meets
their academic advisor is sometime in the SENIOR year and usually
to find out if or when they can graduate?
I'll just borrow their notes.
Of course they goes on the assumption that the person you borrow
them from is not a Neanderthal student with a 1.8 GPA.
I'll take better notes next time.
With that attitude you might as well buy them.
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