Wouldn't it be fantastic if the corporate world cared less about about our GPA and focused more on our mastery of social drunkenness?
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The corporate world could give two shits about your GPA. More important: what's your last name and where did you go to school?
yup Ive spent more time then id like to admit babysitting people who word dumb as a brick and wouldn't trust with feeding a dog but because mommy your daddy has a certain name and alot of money they got in the best schools got most of their grades handed to them and will have a CEO's desk waiting for them ready to be in charge of billions and countless jobs
imagine dozens of George Ws all dumber, drunker and more self entitled then the last..having to practically drag them out of clubs and bars so they don't get arrested or knocked up in the bathroom by some guy they just met....uuuggghhhhhh
funny. my dad was poor as a child and worked his ass off to be the vice president of a top 200 corporation. nobody handed it to him.
Says "preppygirl". you're some kind of lolz.
im a straight a student at an ivy league university. trust me. i work.
who is your daddy and what does he do?
that would be kind of dangerous to say online. wouldn't it?
It's my friend's text and she goes to Longwood, in Farmville, VA.
Nunubest, your like the stupid biatch, who thinks "you went to Yale, but you probably went to Howard". U think ur so smart and so full of knowledge, but your stoned and a tool, all you did was double-team girls with your big brother. This guy thinks you can fit two pieces of celery in the same condom
...I have a big brother?
You've got it all wrong. The corporate world doesn't care about you at all.
You want to use drinking skills in the corporate world. Get into capital account sales or stock brokering.
Isn't that what fraternity networking is all about?
@preppygirl: going to an ivy league school is not much of an accomplishment if daddy is a big CEO...
well he disnt go to an ivy league. he went to a public university. i had no connections. i would say it is an accomplishment.
Pokeysaurus you mean Ds for degrees
he ment c notes
I graduated with honors it didn't mean shit to anyone
Both are important up to a point. Eventually what you learned in school becomes less important than what you've learned since. Managing your drink is a life skill!
They care about neither. Cs get degrees may be cliché, but it's true.
Um. It's does. Welcome to adulthood.
FYI: No one cares about your GPA