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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by MatthewA, Jun 21, 2002.
Yes, I think the heading says it all.
Hey, good for you! Congratulations!
CONGRATS!!! 70 Years of worrying begin now!
But seriously. Congrats. Don't get toooooo caried away!
I have one word for you: Plastics!
Congrats. On to college, a job, the military, or what?
Chris you took the words right out of my mouth.
Matt live it up, these are some of the best years of your life and more are yet to come.
Congrats Matthew as stated above it only gets better from here on out. (unless you are into worrying about the next 70 years )
Good deal, man!
And don't blink....the next 20 years are going to fly by way too fast. Enjoy the next phase.
Congrats Matt. Lets see, in 3 years I'll be going to my 20 year HS reunion. FAAK!
Congrats! I got one more year :p)
Plastics? i dont get it...
Nick, watch The Graduate.
Now go to college
Yay! I'm a graduate too! Only...I'm still going to High School. It's weird here in Ontario...I finish Grade 12 and am officially a "grad" and could go to College, but instead I can take Grade 13 (Or OAC) and prepare for University. The truth is that I'm graduating from High School twice! They're fazing Grade 13 out, but the year that follows me, is the one that has four years of high school. In other words, a double co-hort of kids going to university...fun.
Memorable Quotes From The Graduate at IMDB.com
Mr. McGuire: I just want to say one word to you... just one word.
Benjamin Braddock: Yes, sir.
Mr. McGuire: Are you listening?
Benjamin Braddock: Yes, sir I am.
Mr. McGuire: "Plastics."
I'll probably major in Spanish. Does that mean I'm going to college?
¿Un oso caga en las maderas?