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Tuesday, April 05, 2005

So what?

I don't understand ambivalence. You either do or you don't.

Dicuss this amongst yourselves. Maybe I will come back and expand on this, but this way it seems more profound. I have been looking to become more profound. Good Luck.


I am back, here is something else I don't get : "irreconcilable differences"?
1) it seems redundant
2) Can't most differences be worked out? Lately it seems that it's the easiest cop-out
and it's a great way to avoid talking and learning from past mistakes.
3) I need to stop reading celebrity gossip.

Here is a funny for the day.

I was helping out at my college yesterday to bring awareness to college students that they need to drink responsibly. We asked students to sign a pledge saying that they would not drink and drive, they would be the designated if their friends had been drinking, and that they would try to be more responsible. This was to prevent tragedies, similar to the ones that have recently happened in Colorado universities, from ever happening again

Well the funny part is coming. A brunette was walking by and I asked her,"Would you like to pledge?" and before I could explain exactly what she would pledge for, she replied," I can't, I am a Delta Zeta."

I almost fell out of my chair laughing when she walked off.

(added note : we had signs stating what it about, and if you know me, you KNOW that I am not and was never in the sorority/fraternity scene or had anything to do with the greek system on campus, the one I am at now, and my previous univ, the university of Texas at Austin, ---- I miss that place so much!)

4 comments:

Anonymous

I am a Delta Zeta and resent your comment about our sorority. We are a bunch of slutty girls who like to drink and get laid, so what?

In the words of a famous musician, "Daddy's Gonna Pay for My Crashed Car"

- On Back

Moo Moo

hahahahha... sorry, no offense was intended, but it's a true story... sometimes the truth is more funny than fiction!

Anonymous

That comment is exactly what makes the story funny! I was in a sorority and I can tell you -- girls like that DO exist....and make many hours of enjoyment for both other sorority members and many a frat guy!

Anonymous

ha! that is a funny story, mind if i share it amongst my friends? (of course totally giving you credit!)

-your fav. lil' cousin