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post #31 of 44
I usually tell them my name is Tyrone.
post #32 of 44
This thread made my night!
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If you stick around you will learn that javyns imagination, eager to make some trivial point, frequently ignores inconvenient impediments like reality.

Haha
post #34 of 44
Y'all are too damn funny. Some of those English majors are extreme as hell though.
post #35 of 44
I find asking them what they plan to do in life and how they plan to repay their tuition fees works the best, or ask them what Lord Byron really meant when he wrote "I can smell the flowers".
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Lol, that's hilarious! I might try that the next time I go! Got to think of a good name... *walks off, racking brain

I have a friend who got tired of spelling his last name for restaurant hostesses, so he always uses "Russell Potts, but you can call me Rusty". Next time I order coffee, I'm going to be "McLovin".

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When they call the name, do you go "I am Spartacus!"

"I AM McLovin".
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Posted on my sisters facebook wall... luckily she came to her senses and is going to be a psychiatrist, although she came this realization AFTER she got her undergrad in Eng Lit
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I find asking them what they plan to do in life and how they plan to repay their tuition fees works the best, or ask them what Lord Byron really meant when he wrote "I can smell the flowers".
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Posted on my sisters facebook wall... luckily she came to her senses and is going to be a psychiatrist, although she came this realization AFTER she got her undergrad in Eng Lit
Posts like this are, indeed, pretty annoying to English majors. I can speak with some authority on that. I mean, what careers did you guys's degrees lead you into? I personally don't regret my lit major for a second, it has contributed as much to my enjoyment of life as my subsequent degree has to my ability to practically live it. Money well spent, certainly.
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Posts like this are, indeed, pretty annoying to English majors. I can speak with some authority on that. I mean, what careers did you guys's degrees lead you into? I personally don't regret my lit major for a second, it has contributed as much to my enjoyment of life as my subsequent degree has to my ability to practically live it. Money well spent, certainly.

None as of yet.
post #40 of 44
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Posts like this are, indeed, pretty annoying to English majors. I can speak with some authority on that. I mean, what careers did you guys's degrees lead you into? I personally don't regret my lit major for a second, it has contributed as much to my enjoyment of life as my subsequent degree has to my ability to practically live it. Money well spent, certainly.

My degree in engineering led to me getting a job as an engineer...
post #41 of 44
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I hope you eventually run into a barista who informs you that the French spelling of "Rambo" is R-I-M-B-A-U-D.
it isn't, as the pronunciation is different. but french is not for everybody.
post #42 of 44

lol y'all go to Starbucks

post #43 of 44

I ask them if they want to teach when they are done. Then when they start wangsting that they aren't going for an Education Major, I say; I just didn't want to ask if you were planning on being an assistant manager at Hot Topic, seeing how theres not much else you are cut out to do.

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I ask them if they want to teach when they are done. Then when they start wangsting that they aren't going for an Education Major, I say; I just didn't want to ask if you were planning on being an assistant manager at Hot Topic, seeing how theres not much else you are cut out to do.

Hmmm...you have a laptop in your kitchen?

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