I didn't realise doughnuts were acceptable. I suppose when you can have pancakes and bacon and syrup, the majority of things become acceptable.
This needs a source.
We were in the middle of a chemistry lab when our demonstrator told us about a girl in America who was doing an experiment without a lab coat on, she did something wrong and the experiment exploded, her jumper caught on fire, she ran the wrong way from the shower, and died.
Was great fun trying to carry on with our experiment after that little story.
Hey, if you watch Requiem for a Dream, you will NEVER BE HAPPY AGAIN OH GOD THE ENDING. Not all films have happy endings.
This was in the news recently. It's slightly relevant.
I think it's a pretty awesome prize actually.
My friend dropped out of one of the best universities in England and everyone is shocked when she tells them. But they don't know she hated her course and dropped out to go to film school and get a degree in film making instead, which is what she's always wanted to do, they just see she dropped out of UCL.
I think that if you want to do anything other than run your own business it's always better to have a degree in something, because you're being hired by someone on your credentials. If a job position comes down to two people side by side, the employer is almost always going to choose the person with a degree because it shows dedication to work and sticking things out.
I just think of fat people getting stuck in things like that.
I don't go to Chick-fil-A purely because we don't have them in the UK lol. Never even knew anything about it until posts were on here and I had to go look it up. But I don't think I'd boycott it if I liked going there, no matter what the owner says.
Actually yeah that's true, juice does taste really strange pretty soon after the date. I don't drink that.
Like colebowl said, I just go by what it looks like/smells like. A year of uni did that to me haha, buying your own food gets very expensive.
The other day I caught my mum about to throw away an unopened bottle of milk because it was a day "expired". Had a bit of a go at her for that..
I met ActionMan.
No one said "here" or "present" at my school during reg. It was always variations of "morning", "hi", or "yup". Don't think the teachers particularly liked it though.
Unless they're in the UK.