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Monday, September 12, 2005

Lets play a game of Upside/Downside

Upside: I have a ton of Vicodin: Downside; I need it because I am losing a wisdom tooth.
Upside: I can now DD for Thursday night’s Toga party: Downside; I can now DD for Thursday night’s Toga party.
Upside: I get to see some of our school’s young ladies in a toga: Downside; We all get to see some of our school’s young men in a toga.
Upside: A black man gets to wear a white sheet with holes in it: Downside; I have to wear a sheet!
Upside: I don’t have to plan a bar review: Downside; I am still expected to help with the Toga party!
Upside: The new cute girls added to our schools population in the 1Ls: Downside; 2 weeks into the semester and many are already looking haggard.
Upside TEXAS BEAT OSU: Downside; NONE!

2 comments:

spreadlove said...

HAHAHA! why u clownin' aaron? i was thinkin' the same about you fucking 3Ls. you looked so damn good in the beginning, AND you WERE SO NICE. i don't know what the fuck's happened... ;)

Shotta M said...

The upsides seem to be a lot taller than the downsides.

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