July 17, 2010 at 11:52:00 Jul 17, 2010 @ 11:52
seriously, hella coincidence... random, but me and my friends were on omegle and met some chicks that lived literally 5 houses down from me.. high key sketch haha
fcccck hahah thats me ✖✖✖✖✖. wtf is a temp student?! did it say who it was? haha are you nigel? 'cause i tried face booking people and you were the only one who i could find. shts crazy, hb room mates? hahahaha
@ jay: naw it's just some random chick in a blvck scvle ad for karmaloop
Would rather just keep working. yes but didnt help me. You have to be very poor
Melo Gang All Day
College gives everyone a head start, but it's not necessary to be successful - just it will be harder w/o it.
This is true.
Many people assume that a degree by itself will guarantee them a job and success after graduation. Unless it is a degree in engineering, computer science, biochemistry, or a similar highly technical field, then a degree by itself might guarantee you a job once you graduate. But on the whole, it requires a lot of applications, networking, and underpaid (or no pay at all) internships.