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  • Submitted by WesPip on Jun 4, 12 at 3:43pm

    No no, a belief in Santa is roughly equal to a degree in religious sciences, not biology. Silly idiot.

  • Submitted by Phys on Jun 4, 12 at 6:04pm

    After that line, he definitely won’t be getting into your genes

  • Submitted by Problywasme on Jun 4, 12 at 3:33pm

    He probably did, but he's going try to sneak in the back door.

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    Submitted by AshlingArdan on Jun 5, 12 at 12:57am

    @problywasme: no not sneak in the back door, he's planing on coming down the chimney later

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    Submitted by cfreymarc on Jun 4, 12 at 7:03pm

    If you vagina clangs, he is better off with another girl.

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    Submitted by jackkennedy on Jun 4, 12 at 3:31pm

    Your vagina clangs?

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    Submitted by nunubeest on Jun 4, 12 at 7:35pm

    least it wasn't a liberal arts degree

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    Submitted by CrazyManNo9 on Jun 4, 12 at 4:08pm

    Not really a clang. More like a ...whumph...?

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    Submitted by security24 on Jun 6, 12 at 4:24am

    No, you're an undergrad when you earn your bachelors. You're a grad student when you earn your Master's, PhD, Doctorate-hence grad school.

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    Submitted by grenadewizard on Jun 4, 12 at 6:35pm

    He may not get any, but his analogy is pretty valid, since that degree is only useful if you're going to grad school.

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    Submitted by 2dicksam on Jun 4, 12 at 5:29pm

    Anal ftw!!

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    Submitted by security24 on Jun 5, 12 at 5:38am

    You don't have grad school in the UK? You should really tell my uncle that. Here he thought his son was over there getting his Master's degree for the last year. I wonder what he's really doing with that student visa.

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    Submitted by Leeping1 on Jun 5, 12 at 1:37am

    @ashlingardan FTW!!

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    Submitted by GA_Peach on Jun 5, 12 at 5:43am

    I'm tired, slightly stoned and this is my first thought but a masters degree is considered higher education...not "grad school." Thought grad school was for doctorates. Also depends on the school if your family member is at a satellite school of a USA based school then they can get any degree offered by that school.

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    Submitted by Leeping1 on Jun 5, 12 at 1:35am

    Guys are so dumb.

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    Submitted by pokadot122 on Jun 4, 12 at 7:47pm

    Well this is a UK one so... Grad school? No, we don't have that here.

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      Submitted by SCBeauty1983 on Jun 5, 12 at 7:56am

      After high school here in America, one can choose to attend either Technical School for 2 years to earn an Associate's Degree or College for 4 years to earn a Bachelor's Degree.

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        Submitted by SCBeauty1983 on Jun 5, 12 at 8:01am

        After that, one can choose to attend Graduate School for 2 more years to get a Master's Degree, then finally Post-Graduate School for 2 more years to get a Doctoral Degree/PhD.

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          Submitted by SCBeauty1983 on Jun 5, 12 at 8:03am

          I've never quite understood how the UK's whole "University" system works; it's always confused the hell outta me... O_o

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    Submitted by Nero905 on Jun 5, 12 at 9:55am

    Of you think a vagina has doors, maybe you shouldn't have that degree.