Barrister's I have to?

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Re: Barrister's I have to?

Postby 20160810 » Sun Mar 25, 2012 10:37 pm

TTTLS wrote:
IAFG wrote:I've never heard of any negative consequences from a person skipping law prom. Attending, however, has lead to hospitalization, arrest, expulsion and pregnancy. You've chosen wisely.
Thanks to UC Davis though, it looks like schools have been taking steps to make sure that such parties are substantially less fun.

In our defense, that was a fucking incredible night.

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Re: Barrister's I have to?

Postby TTTLS » Sun Mar 25, 2012 10:38 pm

Jessuf wrote:
TTTLS wrote:Is it acceptable to go without a date?

Oh and in response to this: sure. With that said, no one at my school is single except for a handful of people. We felt like awkward high schoolers during slow songs, so we hit up the bar and then returned when it was time to dance again.
I'm not going to lie, I was pretty surprised to meet so many taken/married/babbypwnd people my first day of classes.

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Re: Barrister's I have to?

Postby Blessedassurance » Sun Mar 25, 2012 10:59 pm

Indifferent wrote:If you don't go, you may end up a social reject. This moment could spark a chain of events which may ultimately leave you in complete and utter dejection. Picture yourself sitting in a 35 dollar motel in Kansas City, Missouri chugging a 10 dollar bottle of vodka, struggling to decide whether to end it all using a worn steak knife you managed to steal from a local diner.

The decision is now, man. You have a choice, and you have to weigh the implications.


^ You on the other hand, are gonna die at 55 in a one-bedroom apartment above a bodega in Spanish Harlem owing the next month's rent and partial payment to Verizon over a bottle of Jim Beam and an uncompleted manuscript for a novel about a Japanese man infatuated with reading obituaries in a Greek restaurant.

Wait, can we go on and on with this...ala "Wonder Boys" starring Michael Douglas, Robert Downey JR, inter alios?

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