lsatextreme wrote: mcweanis wrote:Subject: Applying With Your Significant Other Sentry wrote:
mcweanis wrote:i am actually already into columbia and he is already into nyu.. the problem is i haven't heard from and think i have a chance at getting in to one of HYS or getting money someplace else.
You don't really.
Edit: Are you a URM? If so then you have a great shot at HYS. If not you have a very, very, very small shot.
in at harvard so fu-hu-hu-huckkk you
lmao is this your personality in real life too?
take your blessing and be grateful, don't be classless by bashing on others for giving you realistic advice that you happened to prove wrong. Congrats at getting into Harvard.
to be fair, most of this doesn't really sound like advice; it was more just trying to piss me off so i continued saying dumb, entertaining things for the benefit of people who live for/on TLS. twas my first post on tls and i actually just wanted to chat with others in a similar situation. ps we broke up 1.5 months before i got in to harvard.
"I think this is a thread for her to brag about her relationship, her major, her GPA and her deep, meaningful experience with the ghetto."
"typical east coast pretense and/or selfishness."
"Let me know how much of this characterization sounds correct. Both of them are from upper middle class backgrounds, their parents paying for the portion of their college that wasn't covered by modest merit scholarships.
Applying to law school with a vague sense that they want to do something positive for the world, they're not sure exactly what however, and they both end up OCI'ing to corporate firms. By the end of law school they've drifted apart, with only the memories of their college experience and their WASP backgrounds in common.
If they do get in fact get married however, divorce comes within four years after a serial run of affairs by the guy."
"1) he's probably not 'the one'
2) Sleeping around is ok
3) I'm too young to make mature decisions"
"reminds of of the 'NEEDNEEDNEED a baby' girl"
"It frustrates me that tards like the OP get to go to a better law school than me based on 6 questions out of 101 on a marginally predictive test and getting their hand held at a grade inflating private school."