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Not to mention well-funded nerds. Then again, if I had invested all of my beer $$ back in the day, I probably could have retired at 40. Thank God ND was such a cheap school in that respect although it made reentry to the real world a bit startling ("You want me to pay HOW MUCH for a pitcher?!").
No kidding! It was a rough transition, going from $5 pitchers to $5 beers.
Sounds like a very expensive prank!!Going to a school with a social scene dominated by the Greek system meant never buying beer (as a woman). It also meant drinking really bad beer (ah, the days when I thought that Coors Light was tasty) in really crowded commons rooms watching the very messed-up male dominated boy-gets-girl-drunk-hook-up-boy-ignores-girl-next-day scenario play out. (This is why the current Duke scandal didn't surprise me.)
I dont know you Tricia..but did you go to Villanova? the scene sounds all too familiar.Speaking of Villanova....I was out watching one of the NCAA games a few weeks ago, bought two pitchers for the group I was with, and put down $40 to cover the cost of 2 pitchers and tip! AHHH, the days of $5 pitchers, and $.50 HH drinks!
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