A magical place where it is rumored that learning takes place, although to those who enter it is often described differently afterward, as a beatiful land in which beer flows in amber currents next to a golden pasture, where virgins lie naked with gentle smiles upon their calm, inviting faces; but more precisely, a Shangri-La rite of passage into adulthood which involves rampant consumption of alcoholic beverages, flagrant and promiscuous sexual behavior, and a general and fundamental disregard for any form of responsibility by its habitants.
Thank you sir, may I have another?
a $20,000 cover charge for 18-21 year olds
I was drunk my first semester at college.
4 years of digging yourself into a hole of debt that you may be able to escape in 20-30 years. Classes are about the only interesting thing in college. The people are usually stupid, spoiled rich kids who thing getting drunk on a Wednesday night, MTV, rap, drugs, alcohol, fraternities, sororities, and lame ass parties are the neatest things on the planet. Earning a degree is considered a gateway to a higher-paying income bracket. But in this economy, who knows?
-I can't earn my degree from college any sooner.
-Most college students seem to be considered useless by the rest of the general population.
-Why do people seek to prolong adolescence in college anyway?
A place of conformity, stuck-up people, stds and brainwashing. Overpriced and worthless.
When College rejects you for admission, don't get upset. Be thankful that you dodged a bullet.
A maximum security prison that costs money to get into.
Aw, I'm going to college...
1. Just like high school, but harder, and more expensive. 4 (or more) years of wasting your parents money and learning shit that you wont remember once you start working.
Your mom goes to college..
An institute of learning, designed to serve as a hindrance to one's higher education. To this day I maintain that the smartest thing I ever did in college, was drop out.
The experience of a former student of DePaul University.
The time and the place for everything.
"There's a time and a place for everything, Mr. Garrison, and it's called college."