my mom: don’t ever ever meet up with strangers from the internet me at 12: omg mom do you think i’m really that stupid i would never do that ugh me now: so do you guys wanna move here and like live under my bed or something
I actually had a dream that me and all my internet friends lived within about a block of each other and we were all chilling in Zaz’s basement during the apocalypse. It was pretty boss.
I find this disagreeable. Sure, having one of these on your resume probably won’t help you get very many jobs, but you’re at college to learn about what you’re passionate about, not what would look good on a resume. Then life would just be consistantly trying to look good on paper, and what’s the fun in that?
Heh, totally agree with the response. I think people should focus more on the time and dedication we place on our passions, rather than what we actually take…. if that makes any sense.
It does. Not to mention that earning a degree in ANY major indicates ability to do set work and apply analytical thought.
That being said, I’m surprised that Classics didn’t make it onto the list. It’s hard to imagine a more practically useless degree, these days. ;)