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Old 04-09-2024, 07:27 AM
Location: Annandale, VA
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Originally Posted by Sno0909 View Post
It took my 6 years to graduate, as I did a lot of partying and skipped class a lot (not my proudest moment). But all of the people I started college with either dropped out or graduated before me. I never once gave this ANY thought until I saw this post. Never once would I expect sympathy from anyone. Such an extremely weird post.
Me too. When I started college in 1981, the drinking age was still 18 so I was indoctrinated to floor parties in the dorms and drinking at fraternity parties in addition to the town watering holes geared towards students with "Quarter beer night". I took 11 semesters of classes and graduated with 3 degrees by the time I left. I joined a fraternity so new members were added each semester and others graduated so I didn't care about "losing friends".
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