laxbrah420 wrote:It really doesn't matter what brand backpack you get so long as it's the same as your shirt/fleece
Yeah seriously. Looks like these clowns never went to Wake Forest.
GregoryADevine wrote:Thanks everyone! Awesome! I like that Surge. I have a friend that just started med school last year the surge. I think I am going for that. What store would have that maybe a Dicks?
A → B ⊨ ¬B → ¬A wrote:GregoryADevine wrote:Thanks everyone! Awesome! I like that Surge. I have a friend that just started med school last year the surge. I think I am going for that. What store would have that maybe a Dicks?
Amazon, and remember to match your fleece like the poster mentioned earlier.
HBBJohnStamos wrote:tino1317 wrote:After seeing all the comments in this thread about rolling backpacks, I think I'm going to use one for first day of class just to fuck with people.
those jerks won't know what hit em lol!
bizzybone1313 wrote:jcccc wrote:laxbrah420 wrote:jcccc wrote:There's nothing wrong with a rolling backpack.
It's beneficial for your back anyways in the long run.
Nothing gunnerish about it.
just always buckle the sternum strap and you should be fine and if you have a particularly large load, use the waist strap too. you could also just wear the pack across your chest --just because it's called a backpack doesn't mean you need to conform. Rolling backpacks are pretty shitty for floors and collect a lot of germs.
Bitches love them rolling backpacks.
Rolling backpack = not getting laid. Fratty look = getting laid. Done.
KD35 wrote:Rolling backpacks are soooo 4th grade. Use fratty guns to carry dem books
bizzybone1313 wrote:KD35 wrote:Rolling backpacks are soooo 4th grade. Use fratty guns to carry dem books
I was lifting a lot of weights and running, but I got burnt out on that. So now I am back to my first true love: basketball. I am pretty fit right now doing that.
Carrying 25-35 pounds on one's back just seems over the top. But I also don't want to be the only dweeb with a rolling backpack.
Do any of you peeps sell stuff on E-Bay like me? I have a scale. I wonder how much 2 or 3 case books along with a laptop weighs.
Ok. I take my comment back. I am seriously considering getting a rolling backpack, but if it is going to hurt my prospects with the ladies or peeps in general are going to ostracize me in law school, then I do not want to buy it. So, on a serious note, are peeps in LS with rolling backpacks looked down upon?
I am thinking of buying this rolling backpack: http://www.ebay.com/itm/171008031080?ss ... 1438.l2649
This rolling backpack doesn't seem too nerdy or gunnerish. What cha think?
t-14orbust wrote:The real answer is to go to a school that your fraternity has a chapter at, then find a pledge and dub him 'pledge lawl skewl bookbag'
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