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  • 96 48
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 6, 09 at 3:01am

    its not just toledo..morons

  • 82 52
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 6, 09 at 12:11am

    Ah, yes. The freedom to give it up after a few beers rather than making them work for it. I love discount women.

  • 79 49
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 7, 09 at 2:19pm

    It's okay to be a slut in college

  • 79 51
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 5, 09 at 10:44pm

    Who says it has to be any sort of tragedy? Sounds like freedom to me.

  • 76 47
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 6, 09 at 12:41am

    i agree with 10:54, leave it to 419 rednecks to try to act educated and fail miserably.

  • 74 46
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 5, 09 at 11:31pm

    Who hasn't been here?! It's college, better get it out of your system now before you're a legit adult.

  • 75 49
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 6, 09 at 1:34pm

    10:54 do you actually know how many different spellings there are of shakespeare?

  • 77 55
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 9, 09 at 1:55am

    you have no idea how many people say this will happen to me in two years. this shakespearean tragedy sounds more popular than romeo and juliet.

  • 76 71
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 5, 09 at 10:54pm

    the real tragedy is making a reference to shakespeare and spelling it wrong.

  • 71 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 20, 09 at 9:47am

    sounds like this came from BGSU...

  • 69 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 7, 09 at 12:06am

    hah that's what happened to me

  • 67 59
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 6, 09 at 5:42am

    Seen this happen a few times. The end result is NEVER pretty.

  • 47 39
    Submitted by jltc on Jul 12, 11 at 9:24am

    ...I don't follow.

  • 56 57
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 28, 09 at 12:00am

    Definitely from BGSU; they are a bunch of skanks. Although I doubt anyone at BGSU could name one Shakespearean tragedy.

  • 54 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 31, 10 at 12:22am

    False...Shakespearean tragedies end in death...not a character becoming a whore.