Kerry is a junior at the University of Tennessee who divides her time between doing stuff just for the story and trying to make the world a better place by laughing at bad jokes. She thinks that Thom Yorke's purpose in life is to accurately construct the soundtrack for her life's adventure, and she can't stand people who like nuts in their brownies. Writing is her favorite thing to do, but procrastinating comes in at a very close second.
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I have a habit of asking new acquaintances about their favorite movie. It’s not that I’m a film buff, but it tends to give me a better picture of who they are as a person and clues me in to what we have in common. If I’m going on a date with you, then you better bet I’m going to pop the film question. That cute guy from work? His favorite movie better not be anything starring Jim Carrey. Here are eight ‘favorite’ movies that will ensure you don’t have a chance at a second date.
Summer school is clearly the work of a higher evil power. The days that fall between Memorial Day and late August should be reserved for road trips, tanning, binge drinking, and general tomfoolery. But when summer school is on the agenda, one is forced to “read,” “study,” and “participate in class discussions.”
Okay, so I’m being a little melodramatic, but bear with me here.
Congratulations, you are no longer the biggest shit-show at the party! That torch has been passed to the incoming class of freshmen who still don’t believe that whole “don’t drink the punch” line. Ignorance is bliss… until it’s not. Then it’s violently barfing into a tub with that girl from your sociology class while wishing [...]
While trying to suppress my crowd anxiety and avoid getting burned by the tips of lit cigarettes that seemingly swarmed around me like bees, I overheard a man raise a question that seemed too private to be asked in a crowd of over 90,000 filtering out from the main stage on Friday night at Bonnaroo 2012.
“Do you know how I know there isn’t a god?”
Being at Bonnaroo is a lot like a crash course in everything they definitely aren’t allowed to teach you in school. The implication here is that, as a teacher, it’s pretty damn cool. Here are the twenty things I learned at Bonnaroo this year.